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Fogo's Smart Flashlight Proves Nothing Is Safe From the Smart Trend

Everything is becoming "smart." Everything. You name it and I'll bet there is a smart version of it. Obviously, it started with the phone and has worked its way into every part of society. If there is a way to make it "smarter," you can bet someone has done it or is working on doing it. The latest player in this new, smart world is the Fogo Ultimate Adventure Gadget, a flashlight that is intelligent, I mean smart. Yes, smart.

Want An Alternative To A Tie? How About An Unusual Collar Clip?

There are those who say that a button-down collar is the sign of a buttoned-down mind. The tie being similar to a noose around the neck doesn't help that either. Even a cute bolo tie doesn't change the image much. However, Dapper and Swag's Collar Clips can give you an alternative that can seem both casual and dressy at the same time. The designs can range from antlers and cow skulls to anchors and owls.

Claspies: Because Regular Panties Are Too Difficult To Wear

You probably don't realize what a struggle putting clean underwear on is. Taking off your pants and shoes just to change your drawers? Who has the time? To one underwear company, the struggle was all too real, which is why Claspies released panties that front clasps. Now you can take an easy task like changing you underwear and make it even easier.

10 Best New Surveillance And Hidden Spy Cameras For The Super Sneaky

Spy cameras have come a long way since their introduction back in the late 1800's. See ten of the most clever surveillance and hidden spy cameras currently available.

Top 6 External 4TB Hard Drives You Can Buy - 2015

Need more storage? 4TB has become an established size for external drives, and a bunch of models from different vendors are now readily available. So, selecting the best one to store your precious data can be daunting. Can't decide? Let me give you a hand.

Want Wine To Be in Your Stars? Try An Astrologically Produced White

If you are looking for the perfect white -- say a nice Sauvignon Blanc -- you want to know that every possible step was taken to ensure the quality and taste. With Loxarel's Cora you can. Biodynamics have been employed in the making of this wine from planting to the finished product. That includes making sure that even the stars and planets were consulted astrologically at each stage in the process.

Overly Honest Or Overtly Sexist? Rear Window Sign Warns Of Woman Driver Behind The Wheel

A bright yellow MINI seen navigating the Fifth Ring Road in Beijing, China displayed a curious warning to fellow commuters in the form of a handmade rear window sign reading “New Driver – Woman”.

Is It a Comet or an Asteroid?: No, It’s Studio Swine's Meteorite Shoes

Inspired by the European Space Agency's landing of the Philae lander on Comet 67P in November of 2014, London-based Studio Swine created these high-heeled Meterorite shoes as part of a project for Microsoft. Read on, even if wearing these monstrous shoes is probably the last thing you would ever do!

Want Your Water To Do New Tricks? Get A Swirl Tap

When you turn on the faucet in the bathroom water comes out. It is hard to imagine that the water would ever look any different, but one designer did have that much imagination. Simin Qiu, a product designer in London, was able to envision a water faucet that delivers the goods in a cool lattice pattern by swirling the water in two different directions. So he created the Swirl Faucet.

Want Shoes From The Stars? Wear Meteorites

Some women are totally obsessed with shoes and end up with huge collections of them in every shape and style. How many of them would go for these odd-looking high heels which were designed to resemble meteorites -- or space debris that has fallen to Earth. The idea behind these shoes came from the recent landing of the Philae lander on Comet 67P.