New Products and Inventions

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Glass Audio Speakers? With Soundpod, That's An Affirmative!

Soundpod is an audio device that creates speakers out of resonant surfaces like glass, wood and drywall “offering the ultimate invisible sound source.” Want to hear more? Read on.

Get All Jammed Up With Bacon

With all due respect to our little piggy friends, one of the main reasons that many of us don't become vegetarians is because of bacon. To us it is the food of the gods. It is an amazingly versatile source of protein, fat, and those all-important nitrates. There are many ways to get your bacon fix, but one of the most creative ways may just be The Bacon Jams.

Window Decals With Kamikaze Birds In Mind

So, you like to keep your windows so sparkling clean that even Martha Stewart would admire them. There’s nothing wrong with that, unless you live in an area heavily populated with birds . . .

It's Time For Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Bed Sheets

I swear that these are the coolest sheets ever to have been created for those of us living the geek life. They are Doctor Who Bed Sheets in that same lovely blue of the TARDIS, a time machine not-so-cleverly disguised as an old-time London police box. When you fall asleep on these sheets in no time you'll be traveling your way through time and space.

Facial Transplant Surgery Transforms Life of Injured Firefighter

Learn more about an historic facial transplant operation that has been performed at New York University's Langone Medical Center, granting an injured fire-fighter a new lease on life and a brand new face.

Top 5 Creative Activity Toys To Buy Kids- Toy Of The Year Winners

Each year Toy Industry Association, Inc. hands out their Toy of the Year Awards. If you are looking to keep your child engaged in creative activity, check out the following guide which highlights the last five years’ worth of winners for the best Activity Toy of the Year. These creation-centered toys promote inventive and artistic playtime through building, doodling, and creating.

Rear Projection Film Turns Windows Into Big Screen HD TV Displays

What if you could turn an ordinary window into a big screen TV?  With rear projection film and an inexpensive rear projector, you can do just that.

Take Your iPhone Totally Retro With A Talk Dock

Smart phones are great and have become an indispensable part of our lives. But there are times when it would be somehow comforting to be able to go back again -- to that simpler time when you could tuck a handset between your ear and shoulder while you talked and did the dishes. With a Talk Dock you can -- well, sort of. While it charges your iPhone you can still talk on a handset.

There Is A Better Notebook Out There That Let's You Rekonect

As a writer I like to carry a notebook wherever I go -- just in case inspiration strikes. No matter how hard I try things get out of order and it is hard to keep them straight. I assume this happens to others because the Rekonect Notebook is coming. It has magnetic pages so that you can take them out and rearrange them without the bulk of being a ring binder.

Can Brain Scans Predict Coma Recovery?

Learn more about functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), a scanning technique that focuses on a little known region of the brain that may well help doctors determine whether a coma patient will awaken or deteriorate into a vegetative state.