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Sproing Is An Unique Version Of The Treadmill And An Innovative Fitness System

The treadmills of today are very similar to the first treadmills. Of course, today we have things like audio and television options and senors that measure heart rate, but the concept and design are the same--there's a moving belt, on which you run. However, Sproing has diverted from that design and offers a few alternatives to the traditional treadmill.

A Saint's Row Fan Is Developing A Working Replica Of The Fourth Game's Dubstep Gun

Most of us, when we like something, just tell our friends about it. This artistic inventor, however, has gone all-out with their love for Saint's Row IV; so much so that they're in the process of inventing a working replica of the game's iconic Dubstep Gun.

Marijuana Farmer's Market Becomes An Actual Thing In 2014

With the nation's ever-evolving marijuana laws, pot businesses are becoming increasingly popular and legal dispensaries are finding their own niches in the industry. The latest trend follows a formula that is tried, tested, and true. It continues to grow in popularity as consumers switch their focus to shopping local.

Kitty Underwear Offers Snarky Censorship For The Indiscreet

There was a time when every magazine at the grocery store checkout was crucifying (or celebrating) a celebrity showing off what her mama gave her to the world. These party animals found themselves getting in or out of vehicles indiscreetly, giving paparazzi a welcomed photo opportunity allowing them to show the world something they've never seen before.

Beat Sonic's Blaid Antenna Is A Souped-Up Shark Fin

The Blaid Antenna from Japan's Beat Sonic comes in 14 different shades to complement your Toyota vehicle's factory finish. Taller than BMW's already passe Shark's Fin, the Blaid Antenna gives even the most plebeian Toyota a dash of sword-meets-horn macho mystique.

WearableTech: Fashion TEQ’s Zazzi Smart Jewelry Line

Are you a double agent in between assignments or just a busy career woman who needs some discrete way to receive phone messages and text notifications? If telecommunication is your lifeline, read on for more information on Fashion TEQ's new line of jewelry accessories.

LightSpur Helps Runners Be Seen At Night

Reflective clothing is great for running at night. What is even better is an actual light, or a couple of lights. With reflective clothing, lights designed for runners can make running at night safer. Nathan Sports LightSpur is one of those running lights--one that is non-evasive and very effective.

Hauler For More: The Counter Balance Concept Pickup Truck

With a trunk in front, a 5ft extendable bed in back and an engine in the middle, Elad Barkan's Counter Balance is unlike any pickup truck you've ever seen. The question is, will we ever see it for sale in a dealer showroom?

Hug: A Way To Revolutionize Childhood Vaccinations

As a student at the University of Kansas, George Ressler learned of microneedle vaccinations being developed at Georgia Institute of Technology. He saw it as a painless way to provide childhood vaccinations. With the help of Georgia Tech’s research team he designed Hug, a vaccination system designed to be a solution and alternative to needle injected vaccines for children.

'Internet of Everything' Now Hiring

If you're looking for a career change, have kids undecided about their college major or just have a genuine interest, the Internet of Things (IoT) -- or what Cisco has branded as the Internet of Everything (IoE) -- is looking for a few good men and women - to the tune of millions in just six short years.