New Products and Inventions

Curious to read about the latest new products in development or a new product launch? Want to learn about new ideas, innovations and inventions from around the globe? Or perhaps see some simple new features or upgrades on old favorites? We cover them all here. So we hope you will visit us often.

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Apparel and Accessories

Cars and Motors


Fitness, Sports and Outdoors

Funny, Crazy and Weird Stuff 

Food And Drink

Health and Personal Care

For Home And Garden

For Kids And Babies 

Office And Business

For Seniors And Elderly

Pet Products

Toys and Games

Websites.  Apps and Computing


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Lifesaver Can Make Soiled Water Drinkable

If you thought drinking toilet water was just for the dogs, think again. A new $300 water bottle now allows you to join in and share toilet water with your dog or anyone else you wish to share it with. Think I'm kidding? Then you probably haven't heard about the Lifesaver bottle. read more »

When A Mini Is a Giant - Brilliant Advertising of the Mini Cooper

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Mini Cooper not only has really creative advertising...they have creative ways of displaying them and always find creative places to put them.

Meowlingual Cat Translation Device is Purr Insanity

One might think cats don't need to communicate much with their human "owners", but the folks at Japan's Takara Tomy beg to disagree. That's why they've introduced the Meowlingual Cat Translation Device, which follows on the success of the Bowlingual Dog Translator. No, I'm NOT making this up...
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Stop Your Boozing - 7 Ingenious Don't Drive Drunk Ads










Here are some of the most imaginative ways to market the dangers of alcohol, alcohol awareness and drunk driving awareness: read more »

Experiments with Flying Cars

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When most people think of flying cars, they think of the Jetsons TV show, and speculate that, maybe one day in the far-off future, people may drive flying cars. You might be surprised to know that flying cars have been in development since the 1930s--even before the Jetsons. read more »

Internet Radio Gets an Artistic Upgrade









Looking for an internet radio with a little umph?  A little pazazz?  A little somethin somethin?  Look no further than  This little gem is easily the most exciting and engaging internet radio out there, and you'll not only find what you want, but possibly find something you never knew you wanted.  read more »

Entrepreneur Creates "Kinko's For Inventors!"

Most inventors dream of licensing their inventions to big companies and then sitting back and collecting their royalties. But for entrepreneurial inventors, the invention or idea is but a part of a large business plan. Maybe Jim Newton, founder of Tech Shop, didn't have a grand business plan when he started his own dream shop just a year ago, but he sure does now!

Read about what Jim Newton has created and about how he approaches his inventions... read more »

Never Wash Dishes Again! New Technology Can Simply Melt Them and Create New Ones

What if you didn't have to worry about cleaning your dishes? Or finding storage space to put them away? What if you could make your dishes on demand when you needed them (like a party) and then recycled them at home when you were done? An innovative prototype called the DishMaker may make this a possibility in the future. read more »

15 Absolutely Brilliant Billboard Ads ...Really

Some of the following are great examples of outdoor advertising, specifically billboards, at their best. read more »

Japan: Overcrowded from Cradle to Grave

Living in a small island nation 80% covered in forests and mountains isn't easy, especially when there are 127 million of you. Check out six ways Japan lives with overcrowd overload and see how Japan's citizens cope with overcrowding from cradle to grave. read more »