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Digital Food Scales Take All The Guesswork Out Of Dieting And Cooking

Counting calories and tired of guessing about food portions? A new digital kitchen food scale can make all of that a thing of the past.

The Eyecatcher Bracelet Focuses On Fashion And Function

The wearables market continues to grow and it is starting to advance past pure "function," and deviate into fashion. While wearables have always been a fashion statement, they had functionality so you could defend yourself (and your smartwatch) during conversations. The Eyecatcher bracelet flips the roles however; lots of fashion with less emphasis on function.

A Collar That Tracks Your Dog's Health 24/7: The Voyce Health Monitor

A new, patented, electronic collar, developed by biomedical engineers and members of the Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine, can now monitor your dog's health and activity levels and keep you informed in very detailed, easy to understand, information and graphics on your electronic devices.  It's called, appropriately, Voyce, for it tells you everything your dog would tell you if he could.

Want Retro-Style Record Playing? 1ByOne Portable Turntable And Music Player Review

Ever wish you could play records? The stylish belt-driven 3 speed portable turntable by 1byone offers a nostalgic music listening experience at an affordable price.  Retro-style and sturdy, this turntable allows you to listen to vinyl records as well as music from other devices such as your phone, iPod, or mp3 player.  So is it worth buying?

Casio S100 Flagship Pocket Calculator Celebrates 50 Years Of Calculated Progress

Casio Computer Co.'s first memory-function electronic calculator weighed 37 pounds and cost the equivalent of $1,000 each. Fifty years later, cheap pocket calculators sell for under a buck... and then there's the Casio S100, a “flagship” product priced at $220 and aimed at the high-end, luxury pocket calculator market. In related news, Casio thinks there's a market for high-end, luxury pocket calculators.

The Latest, Smartest, And Coolest Self Defense Gadgets For Women

Babes, whether you never leave home without your brute (attack man or attack dog), or you don't have a brute, you should always be able to protect yourself.  Even martial artists often carry small weapons with them to make their moves even more effective.  Today, there are a number of cool, concealable, and even disguised lightweight weapons that won't take you long to learn to master.  And once you do master them, you will feel more confident out and about without your brute!

 


Dyson Has A Cleaner And Clearly Better Humidifier - Dyson Humidifier Review

Want a humidifier that is truly safe for you to use? One that you don't have to clean everyday? The innovators at Dyson have done it again. They have taken one of the key limitations of a common household appliance and with lots of hard work and a bit of genius, have designed a better machine.  After spending over $60 million to design and test their product, the team at Dyson has launched the new Dyson Humidifier. 

Drone-Flying Schools Aim To Address Severe Shortage of Licensed UAV Pilots

China is suffering a severe shortage of qualified, licensed UAV pilots and the country's Civil Aviation Administration isn't sitting idly by spinning their whee-, er, propellers.

Asus' New Router Has Eight Antennae, 5.33Gbps Bandwidth

With 802.11ac support, three bands, and a whopping eight antennae, Asus can lay claim to the notion of world's fastest wireless router with the spider-like RT-AC5300. This thing should have no problems with 4K video and online game streaming... provided your ISP can keep up.

Acer's Revo Build Mini PC Lets You Stack Up The Upgrades

Generally, when you want to upgrade your computer, you have to open up the side panels and futz about with screws, cables, and connectors. Acer's Revo Build M1-601 wants to make that process much easier, using stackable, magnetized modules to add additional functionality to the base PC - though with some caveats, of course.