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Tired of accidents caused by self-absorbed texters, tweeters and Facebook status updaters? Hey, who isn't? The Chinese city of Chongqing decided enough is enough, installing a segregated mobile phone-only sidewalk along a portion of popular Yangren Street.
by Tech Light
Pretty soon, people will be able to control their TVs by blinking - and all it'll take is a little makeup. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to Winkymote - an infrared remote control that can be operated simply by blinking. Television isn't all it's good for, either.
by Ron Callari
The old AMEX ad slogan of ‘don’t leave home without it’ is apropos when referencing the new social trend of ‘instant purchasing.’ Within the very same week, both Apple and Twitter have devised new mobile e-commerce options. The stickiness of making a purchase without leaving the confines a social network or opening up several apps on your smartphone is appealing to the no-nonsense digerati who gravitate towards. . .
by Josiah Motley
What do you get when you combine the homemade selling power of Etsy and the global small-business support of Kiva? Sprinkle in a little bit of Deepak Chopra and a subscription box similar to Birchbox and you're left with the iOS app, GlobeIn. At its core, GlobeIn is a very human driven app lets you purchase handmade items from artisans in developing countries.
by Alicia Zuberbier
I'll be the first to admit I love selfies. Maybe that's a bit narcissistic, but I really believe I'm the best at taking photos of me. If you're selfie-obsessed and you want to look your best at any given, selfie-perfect opportunity, a new iPhone case is going to make your dreams come true. A hair brush, phone case hybrid will make sure your hair looks great right before your snap another pic.
by Josiah Motley
Ever said to yourself, "You know what my bedroom needs? An outrageously priced music box that looks strangely similar to the Star Trek Enterprise, but isn't actually the Star Trek Enterprise? And I need it to play snippets from the Star Trek AND Star Wars theme songs?" Oh, you have? Well, aren't you in luck, the MB&F MusicMachine 2 was made just for you!
by Samantha Pankey
Seriously, don't skip leg day. If you're any kind of gym goer or fitness freak, you don't want to be the guy with the great arms and chicken legs. That's where Calf Fit comes in. If you're looking for impressive calves, or you want to improve your leg strength, this may be the in-home fitness product for you.
by M Dee Dubroff
Harvard graduate, Grace Choi, has invented a 3-D prototype printer called Mink that enables users to print any form of makeup right from their home. Read on to learn more about this amazing wearable tech innovation.
by Rey M.L.
Despite being barely larger than its own AC adapter, Zotac's latest Zbox system nonetheless runs Windows 8.1 and boasts a respectable array of features.
by Steve Levenstein
The Retro 2 Con Famicom Earphone Mic from Datel Japan evokes the Eighties 8-bit era and Nintendo's groundbreaking Famicom without sacrificing the high-tech conveniences we've all come to know and love.