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Don't Lose Your Head - The Skull Tidy Organizer

There are still a few things that smart phones can't do, like find themselves when they are misplaced. Therefore, desk and life organizers still have their uses, and with the Skull Tidy Organizer, you can keep your daily pocketful of items in one place, while adding some twisted style to your home decor.

Top 3 Best Watch Phones

Dick Tracy never had it this good. These watches not only let you communicate, but you can take pictures, listen to the radio, watch videos, and more. Check out the specs on three of the highest rated watch phones available.

Meet PepsiCo10: A Delicious Way To Get Digital Start-Ups Off The Ground

PepsiCo Inc. (PEP), the makers of the iconic American soda, has recently become the second-largest food and beverage corporation in the world. An abundance of innovations helped to make PepsiCo the industry giant that it is today. The Sultan of Soft Drinks hasn’t stopped striving to discover innovative start-ups across several areas to throw their support behind, leading to the creation of PepsiCo10.

The Guardians of Time - Mysterious Sculptures Traveling The World

If artists are the guardians of culture, than Austrian artist Manfred Kielnhofer takes that title quite seriously. His eerily beautiful and mysterious "Guardians of Time" sculptures have travelled the world and captured the attention and imagination of millions.

3D Printing Under $2000 by 2016?

The potential of  3D printing is, for the time being, very limited. This is mostly because of the cost of the printer and the materials. New research, put out by the noted firm Gartner is showing that trend may be changing in the near future. They have made the prediction that the technology is going to drop down to about $2,000, a price that some consumers could make work, by the year 2016. 

Road Kill: Stuffed Animals Are All Grown Up And Seriously Twisted

Gals, if your guys are still teasing you because of your stuffed animals, it is time to get them on the plushie bandwagon with some animals of their own. These adorable, umm, well, formerly adorable critters may be just the thing. They are soft, squishy, and . . . seriously squashed. These toys are not for the faint of heart, but they are for those with a seriously twisted sense of humor.

Va Va Voom - Renault Takes Test Driving To The Next Level

Who wants to test drive a new car through the same boring streets they see every day? In a recent Renault advertising campaign to promote its' new CLIO model, potential buyers are taken on an unusual test drive which ends on the streets of Paris, surrounded by scantily clad women or shirtless men. Now that's what I call taking a look under the hood!

RIP YouTube [2005-2013], The End Of An Era

Man, we were all fooled. We're being told today, YouTube was launched in 2005 with one sole goal in mind -- to surface the best video of all time. It's taken 8 short years, but the panel of judges are now ready to get down to brass tacks and start the hard work, which according to Google will take 10 long years hence.

Goodbye Harlem Shake, Hello...Hadouken-ing?

It seems as though a new internet phenomenon sweeps the web every few weeks, sparking global obsession along with a fresh generation of internet trolls and blogger backlash. The new "Hadouken-ing" photography craze out of Japan has just broken onto the "meme scene", but the battles and discussions have already begun, mainly about the name, where the original idea actually came from, and of course, the age-old question: Which is better, Street Fighter or Dragon Ball Z?

Google Treasure Maps

Google Treasure Maps allow you to view the world as if it was in a mystical movie with pirates, skull islands and treasures to be found, complete with an appropriate series of Street View photos.