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by Ron Callari
Over the course of the last year, social networking has definitely been evolving. With start-ups such as Tsu and A+ launching innovative monetization models, which pay their users for their content — and major players like Facebook and Twitter adding videos to their playbill, as they attempt to capitalize on the lucrative YouTube market - the playing field has certainly changed.
by Julia Bobak
A newly commercialized data storage technology promises to combine the best features of hard disk drives and random access memory to deliver faster computer performance at a lower cost and with less power consumption. Using what's known as spin-transfer-torque magnetic random access memory (SST-MRAM), computer memories may finally be able to have their cake and eat it too!
by Laurie Kay Olson
There are many people around who still remember the old roller skates that you would strap onto your shoes and then try to skate around the neighborhood. Fast forward a few decades, take the design into the 21st century, and add a small battery-powered motor to each one, and you get the next generation of skates. The creator, Paul Chavand, has named them Rollkers.
Half-baths, as in 2.5 baths, should really be classified as closets. The size makes them a really tight squeeze, often requiring a "wide stance" so your knees don't rub the sink when you sit on the toilet! If you are looking for a sink and hardware that makes use of every inch of space, try looking at these great options.
by Amber Leventry
The Moff Band is a soft, yet strong silicon slap-on bracelet that is way more than jewelry. It is a wearable smart toy that provides the sound effects for your child’s imagination. The Moff Band is made by Moff Toys and was designed and developed by a team of really smart guys and dads who funded their idea through Kickstarter. And it was one of the hottest tech toys at this year’s American International Toy Fair.
by Rey M.L.
200GB, in a card about the size of your fingernail. Think about that for a second. That's what SanDisk's been cooking up, and you, yourself will be able to boost your smartphone's storage capacity to laptop levels come next quarter.
by Josiah Motley
Everything is becoming "smart." Everything. You name it and I'll bet there is a smart version of it. Obviously, it started with the phone and has worked its way into every part of society. If there is a way to make it "smarter," you can bet someone has done it or is working on doing it. The latest player in this new, smart world is the Fogo Ultimate Adventure Gadget, a flashlight that is intelligent, I mean smart. Yes, smart.
by M Dee Dubroff
Although there have been many advancements made in the field of prosthetics down through the decades, the emphasis on aesthetics has been paramount in their development, at least until now. Read on to learn more about this amazing scientific innovation known as smart artificial skin.
by Kim Patterson
The Pacif-i can monitor your child’s health, keep track of your tot's location and can also help you find it if your precious little decides to stash it away in a secret location.
by Tamara Warta
New parents often place a baby monitor at the top of their wish list. When it comes to providing peace of mind and the ability to give attention to baby whenever it's needed, having a quality baby monitor makes sense for parents of infants. Here are my picks and reviews for the best baby monitors available today.