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Innovative Wearable LED Display

Thanks to a new Kickstarter project named Fos, you may soon be able to display a number of items on your body thanks to a flexible LED display, from the miles you walked to your body weight and other useful items.

Pet Sweep™: Dust Mops For Working Dogs & Cats

Under the rubric of now I've seen everything comes the latest invention of the quirky Todd Lawson. It's the Pet Sweep™ Animal Debris Removal System, dust mops for your pet's paws.  Pet Sweeps are the latest addition to a line of pet products that Lawson has invented to attach to PawConnect Boots™, the original do-it-yourself boots for dogs and cats.

Japanese Kanjani Eight Boy Band Alarm Clock Sings You Awake

If waking up to the sweet singing sounds of one of Japan's best-loved boy bands makes your day, then the limited-edition Kanjani Eight Special Alarm Clock will make you very, very happy.

Digital Detox For Internet Addicts In First In-Patient Hospital Program

The first hospital in-patient rehabilitation program for Internet addicts is about to open at the Bradford Regional Medical Center in north-central Pennsylvania on September 9, 2013, but get in line now if you're ready to commit yourself; the program will only accept four patients at a time.  Once admitted to the program, patients will be subjected to a 'digital detox' for 72 hours. If they survive that...

Facebook Updates Android SDK To Draw More Developers; Adds 3D To All Apps

Recently, Facebook has been making a concerted push to bring more Android developers into the fold, in addition to making its mobile game stronger overall. To that end, it's announced several updates to bring the Android SDK in-line with iOS, and added 3D capabilities to both.

Microsoft Says Kinect For Xbox 360 Was "Too Inconsistent"

According to Microsoft, Kinect on the Xbox 360 never really reached its full potential (that seems rather obvious, in hindsight). The experiences simply weren't as rich as the studio was hoping for. That'll chance with the Xbox One - at least, that's what they want to happen.

Purify Water On The Go With A SteriPEN

Whether you are traveling or camping there can be a lot of concern about the quality of the water you are drinking and what you might actually be drinking along with it. Whether the concern is for bacteria, viruses, or protozoa you can clean your water quickly and easily with a SteriPEN Ultra Portable Water Purifier. It purifies 16 ounces of water in less than 60 seconds.

Pressy Adds a Button to Your Smartphone for Only $17

From the “why didn't I think of that?” category comes Pressy, a clever little device that adds a user-configurable physical button to your Android smartphone in exchange for – surprise – your headphone jack. Unsurprisingly, the Kickstarter campaign goal was surpassed in merely a day.


The Five Smallest Computers Ever Made

Size counts. If you want proof, just look at the way our society develops technology, how obsessed everyone seems to be with making everything smaller and more portable. Today, we're going to take a look at this obsession. Today, we're going to examine some of the smallest computers ever created.

Daxian's N100i Android Smartphone Charges Directly From Wall Outlets

With its AC wall charger built-in, the new N100i smartphone from Daxian allows users to ditch the annoying USB cable and wall-wart combination to juice up after a long day. There are some strong drawbacks to the execution, though, so it's a good thing Daxian didn't remove USB charging entirely.