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Keep Your Brush Fresh with Yumaki Subscription Toothbrushes

Maybe you can't handle the tooth, but Yumaki can. This stylish Scandinavian-Japanese collaboration offers 18 cool colorful toothbrush models and by signing up for an annual subscription, Yumaki will send you a new one every 3 months.

Meet 'Mame Cam', the World's Smallest Micro Replica DSLR Camera

Think bulky, heavy DSLR cameras are a pain in the neck? You're right, they are – especially when that leather strap digs into your cervical vertebrae like Godzilla's dental floss. Now Japanese gadget guru Thanko has got something weary photographers will be thankful for: Mame Cam, the world's smallest micro replica DSLR camera!

Is That A PC In Your Pocket? - The PC That's The Size Of A Flash Drive

You will soon be able to buy a PC that fits in your pocket - for under $25!

Soapy Love Ice Pop Soaps Shower You with Good Taste

Taking a cold shower was never so much fun, thanks to Soapy Love's handmade glycerin soaps shaped like your favorite summer ice pops. So what if they drip all over you – that's the point.

Part Of The Process - Participatory Budgeting And You

People all over the world are deciding how their tax dollars are spent. Why aren't you?

Cab or Cube? Meet the Nissan NV200, New York's Next-Generation Taxi

New York City's iconic yellow taxicabs are about to get an extreme makeover of the Soccer Mom kind. According to Big Apple mayor Michael Bloomberg, the NV200 minivan from Japanese automaker Nissan has been selected to be the next anchor of the 13,000-strong NYC taxi fleet.

True Economy - Getting Value For Virtually No Money

The $300 House is a project that enables the poorest of the poor to build the best houses they can for next to nothing.

Stranded Japanese Sightseeing Boat Rejected as Tsunami Memorial

The devastating tsunami that wiped out most of the Japanese towns of Kamaishi and Otsuchi on March 11th, 2011, swept the 109-ton sightseeing boat Hamayuri 400 meters (about 1,300 feet) inland, there to rest precariously atop the remains of a 2-story building.

Not A Whopping Cough - Hackasaurus Helps Kids Get The Most Out Of The Web

Hackasaurus gives kids the tools they need to truly understand and manipulate the internet.

How Sweet it Isn't: With New 'Pepsi Dry', Bitter is Better

Pepsi Japan is going back to its cola – or maybe that should be 'Kola' – roots with new Pepsi Dry, a no-nonsense 'Bitter Cola' with half the sweetness of regular Pepsi.