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Are you sick of getting out of your desk to go and get yourself something? Are you falling asleep at your desk, but have no time to go and brew a pot of coffee? Do you want coffee on hand at all times? Do not fear the desktop coffee maker is here. There are many to choose from but these are my recommendations for the best...
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
If you're the type that likes to spend your Friday and Saturday nights at the latest restaurant openings, sampling creative culinary delights from the world's top chefs, then you know your love of food warrants a lot of patience. Reservations during prime hours, especially at the city's hottest spots, are as hard to come by as a winning lottery ticket. Foodies know it's just one of those grin and bare it circumstances to which there are no alternatives - at least not before now.
Barnes and Noble has recently decided to re-enter the audio books on e-Readers space with their new Nook App. Can Barnes and Noble beat the other audio book services to become the best and most popular app for audio readers?
by M Dee Dubroff
The boundaries separating fashion and technology are only limited by the confines of the human imagination. Read all about Toronto's Electric Runway and how its recent showing explores the integration of these two important elements in modern life.
by Rey M.L.
HP's stepping out of its comfort zone with this one. Tying into the recent 3D printer craze, the 23" Sprout PC's cameras and software can scan a real-world object you have on hand, and turn it into a 3D model you can manipulate on the included touch-mat, share with friends, and more.
by Julia Bobak
A Holy Grail in the production of next-generation displays is the need for LEDs that can be induced to change their color in response to shifting electrical inputs. Despite the obvious utility of such a device, researchers have been widely stumped by this problem. Read on to find out how scientists used everyone’s favorite wonder material, graphene, to finally solve it. A revolution in display technology is imminent!
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
We all have those items that hang around our homes for months or years that collect dust untouched. Sometimes, however, we develop a sense of attachment to those items, and just don't want to see them discarded. Trying to sell pre-loved items to collectors, thift stores, or by holding a yard sale is a whole lot of effort with little payout. This inconvenience leads many of us to hoard things we wouldn't allow to take up valuable space in our homes. A new business concept uses technology to offer a whimsical solution.
by Rey M.L.
Time to dust off those old GB cartridges. Hyperkin's Smart Boy smartphone cradle intends to make your iPhone or Android phablet into Nintendo's circa-1989 handheld console, going so far as to include a working cartridge slot.
by Josiah Motley
If you're a fitness nut or somebody who just starting to work out and get in shape then you know that supplements and health shakes can give you the extra push you need. Most of us though just stick with the basic protein shake mixes found in local health stores. Our bodies need more than just traditional protein shakes, however, and Nourish wants to make sure you are supplied with the best supplement suggestions possible.
by Amber Leventry
A few years ago founders Ian Bernstein and Adam Wilson’s Colorado based company, Sphero, introduced us to the Bluetooth controlled robotic ball by the same name. They now want us to meet their newest creation. Ollie is a souped-up, customizable app-enabled robot. This machine is not your father’s remote control car.