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Mirrored Cellphone Peep Blocker Provides Vanity and Security

Flexible and trim able one way mirror cellphone peep blocker sheets keep text messages private while allowing you to fix your face on Japan's (or New York's) crowded subway trains.

Sony's New USB Turntable Sparks Vinyl Revival

The new PS-LX300USB turntable and free Sound Forge Audio Studio software from Sony gives your dusty old vinyl records a new lease on life - on your MP3 player, Walkman or iPod. Your fave tunes from the pre-computerized past never sounded better!

Fauna Sauna: Far Infrared Healing For Pets

Animals are instinctively drawn to sunlight as a source of nurturance. Dogs, and especially cats, are notorious sunbathers. That's why the makers of Fauna Sauna are on to something. Fauna Sauna uses the same radiant heat that the sun produces, minus the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays, to bring healing to your pet right in your home.

The Optimus Maximus: Ultimate Keyboard Power?

Being gadget geeks we all like to customize our gear and make it work the way we like it to work, right? Well, get ready for the Optimus Maximus keyboard - the ultimate in keyboard customization.

Best Inventions of 2008 from Intel Science Search

The Intel (formerly Westinghouse) Science Talent Search is on us again. The 40 finalists from around the country gathered in Washington D.C. on March 11 to take part in the distribution of $1.25 million in scholarships and prizes.

Tudou: China's YouTube

Reach the growing Chinese market online with Tudou, China's answer to YouTube.

Intel Plants Flag In Ultra-Mobile Market with Atom Processors

Intel has announced a new line of processors specifically aimed towards Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) that they call Atom. Are they gambling here or are they standing on firm ground?

Wasabi Fire Alarm Alerts the Deaf with the Power of Scent

Wasabi, or Japanese Horseradish, has a particularly pungent taste and scent. Now researchers in Japan are using wasabi's overpowering odor in a new type of smoke detector / fire alarm that wakes the deaf through scent instead of sound.

Need This? Hamster Shredder

Picture this. You're an entrepreneur who, for the past few years, has found success by creating and operating a black market tax evasion business.

No More Needles? Microwave Circuit Measures Blood Sugar Without Needles

Rather than pricking a finger to do blood tests, professors at Baylor University are working on a small painless sensor that emits electromagnetic waves to test blood sugar.