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Vegetable Scrubbing Gloves Have Grate A Peel

Peeling potatoes - a popular punishment for picked-on privates penalized in the PX - just got a little less punishing, thanks to these pink scrubbing gloves from Japan's Aimedia.

New Alarm Clock Concept Hurls Ball At Your Face To Get You Up

It's hard to make the alarm clock any more obnoxious and hated than it already is. But one designer has managed to do just that.

Nokia Files Patent To Make Phones Digitally Stimulating

Though still in the development phase, electronics giant Nokia is developing a way to let users “feel” icons on their touch screen smartphones.

Cookie Stamper Lets Them Know It's Homemade

There is something to be said for having a real, homemade cookie.  Nothing can really compare and I am a big believer in making them yourself.  So why not flaunt the fact that you have taken the time to create something from scratch?

Magnetic Bike Water Bottle Holder Cuts Weight, Keeps Your Water Planted

Ultralight cycling fanatics looking to shave every ounce should love this new water bottle holder from Vincero Design. An innovative twist on a standard, timeless piece of equipment, Vincero's answer uses magnets rather than a metal/composite cage to hold your water.

Roughing Up The Little Guys Helps Solar Power Capture

Stanford researchers have found a way to increase light energy absorption in solar cells – by taking off the kid gloves.

Social Etiquette Design Diplomatically Tells Cell Phone Users When To Shut Up And Shut Off

While you might bark something strident to the person who is obnoxiously responding to cell phone calls while supposedly having a conversation with you... Ingrid Zweifel, an award winning Parson's Design School student, has designed a group of products that respond to these and similar obnoxious cell phone acts... diplomatically.

Zeal Optics Solar-Powered Backpack

Known for award-winning sunglasses and goggles, Zeal Optics is increasingly pushing toward technological sports gear. Joining its GPS-integrated snow goggles is the new Reliant charging backpack.

Driving Safely Gets All Touchy-Feely

Researchers at the University of Utah have been busily discovering a way to make directionally-assisted driving more effective - through touch.

If You Gaze Long Into The Abyss - It Will Tell You It's 3:30

A "Japanese-inspired" touchscreen LED watch, the Abyss is nothing if not the height of nerd chic.