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by Rey M.L.
With its rugged design and locked-down operating system, CTL's new laptop computer looks ideal for classroom mass deployment. You don't need to be a grade school student to get your hands on one, either.
It seems the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle concept debuted by Toyota at last year's Tokyo Motor Show was just the great-looking shape of things to come. The production FCV sedan has now been sticker priced and could be yours for the taking this coming April of 2015... that is, if you've got ¥7 million to spend.
by Steve Levenstein
The USB Fish Cord from Maywa Denki features eyes that glow when the cable's in use and comes in three color choices to complement any tech workspace's décor scheme.
by Lady Bee
Affordable Agility Inc. makes agility equipment for dogs - things like pole weaves, tunnels, teeter tots, and other equipment that gives dogs, on or off the circuit, a run for their money. Included in the company's arsenal are water obstacles like the Puddle Jumper and the Aqua Hurdle. But your dog doesn't need to be trained in agility to just want to chill out this summer with a cool splash from the Doggie Drencher between fetches.
by John P. Barker
This is a unique innovation that I wish I had thought of when I worked in a school kitchen and had to peel enough potatoes to feed 350 kids. I'm not sure if this device would pass a health inspection...
Serial biting soccer player Luis Suarez may have been banned nine games for blatantly biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during a 2014 FIFA World Cup Match but thanks to enterprising Chinese entrepreneurs marketing “The Suarez Bottle Opener”, his dastardly dental deed has achieved a sort of immortality.
No Robot Army Here: Google Pulls The HRP-2 Robot From The DARPA Robotics Challenge To Focus On Consumer Techby Tech Light
Google is not, in fact, building an army of robots to conquer the world. The search giant today announced that Team Schaft will be withdrawing from the DARPA Robotics Challenge and turning down funding from the defense agency in order to focus on "the development of a commercial product."
by Laurie Kay Olson
Many companies have started thinking of how they can use unmanned drones to improve their bottom line, such as using them to make deliveries. Not having to hire drivers and maintain delivery trucks (or pay to outsource shipping) are but two savings. One of the most common daily deliveries being made throughout much of the world is pizza. Companies in at least three of those countries are actually testing the use of drones for active deliveries -- England, Russia, and India.
by Boomer Babe
Please note: the developers of the Soundhawk, Mike Kisch and Mike Nuttall, will tell you that the Soundhawk is not a hearing aid. Well, it's not a traditional 'hearing aid.' But it is a new kind of hearing aid, one which perhaps other developers will emulate in the future. Soundhawk doesn't just help you hear; it helps you listen. Let me explain....
by Alicia Zuberbier
Are you sick of missing text messages and phone calls when your cell is in your purse? Welcome to the world of wearable technology. Ringly jewelry looks like beautiful rings but vibrate or light up when your phone receives a message. You can stay connected while still enjoying the moment. You'll never miss another call with the subtle and fashionable Ringly.