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Curbside App Allows You To Shop Locally And Pick Up Packages Without Leaving Your Car

If you’re one of the millions of people who absolutely abhor entering a brick and mortar store to buy things, you’ve now got more options to choose from when it comes to shopping and receiving your purchases on time.

Rainy Days and Self-Drying Jackets Never Get You Down

Meet a Back-To-The-Future inspired self-drying jacket  that promises smiles instead of frowns on rainy days. Falyon's special jacket is new to the wearable tech scene, but is likely to be a memorable addition.


Luna Is A Smart 360° Camera For Everyone

It looks like an eyeball that’s about the size of a pool ball, but it’s a camera – a high-tech one on every level. A team of inventors from Mountain View, California, has developed Luna, which they claim is the world’s smallest and smartest camera presently on the market. Sure, Luna sounds neat, but can you really afford to get your hands on this new technology?

Stem Cells and 3-D Printing: Innovative and Astounding Technology

Learn more about the latest in regenerative medicine and how 3-D printing with the help of scientists is helping to transform it by developing a way to print 3-D structures than contain embryonic cells.


Facebook’s Ban Of Tsu Reduced To A 'Miscommunication'?

'Tsuvians,' as they euphemistically like to call themselves — are a hearty lot. When they feel they have been wronged, this small band of social networkers appear much more sizable than they actually are. Seemingly outranked in comparison to Facebook’s 1.6 billion, Tsu founder Sebastian Sobczak’s 4 million users by social media standards is a meager number.

Invention Of The Week? PIVOT Is A Game-Changing Wearable For Tennis

TurningSense, a Silicon Valley pioneer of wearable sports technology, has just developed PIVOT.  The technology also utilizes Nick Bollettieri’s training techniques into its coaching plan. But what will Bollettieri tell you after he analyzes your performance on the court?

VFiles and Studio XO: Innovative, Colorful Wearable Tech Collection

If you are not careful, a reasonable facsimile of Lady Gaga's Flying Dress may well land in a store near you, as VFiles, the web-based portal for everything digital fashion, and wearable tech company, Studio XO, have merged to collaborate on a cool and innovative collection. Learn more about this daring wearable tech initiative.


Brain-Controlled Interface Gives the Disabled Reason To Smile

Meet the telepresence robot, a brain-controlled interface that helps to lift the spirits of the disabled by translating their mental intentions into commands.

Visibility and Cycling Safety: Smart Lumenus Apparel Offers Both

Learn more about Lumenus cycling outerwear which was created by Outdoor Tech and Jeremy Wall to ensure the visibility of bikers and pedestrians  everywhere.


Eye-Controlled Wheelchair: New Vision and Freedom for The Disabled

Learn more about Eyegaze technology and the Eyedrivomatic  wheelchair created by a disabled inventor that has transformed the lives of many people with severe motor disabilities.

Invention Of The Week? Silver Star Unveils Powerful Mini TV Projector

A company based in Beijing, China, has launched a pocket sized mini projector that’s ideal for watching 4K movies, TV shows, concerts, sporting events, the news, and playing action-packed video games. Silver Star has developed the sProjector – a projector you can take anywhere. But is this new technology affordable?

New Desalinating System Uses Shockwaves For Turning Saltwater Into Drinking Water

Researchers at MIT’s Department of Chemical Engineering have discovered a new way to remove salt from ocean and brackish water. If it works on a larger scale, this may be the answer to our fresh water concerns.

Burberry-Google Christmas Campaign: Regent Street Video Booth Welcomes All

Read all about the latest holiday campaign from Burberry. the luxury brand has linked with Google om a holiday project video that allows the public to join the brand's Christmas ad campaign.

Pebble Time Smart Watch Series Introduces New Voice And Text Replies For iOS

Smart Watch maker Pebble has announced new voice and text reply features for iOS.

Mokacam: Record Your Life In More Detail

From the “What Will They Think of Next” file, comes the world’s smallest 4K camera. Called Mokacam, this GoPro-cube-style camera has innovation and versatility written all over it, and it was designed so that anyone – amateurs and professionals alike – can use it. So, what really makes this device so unique?

Sonnenbatterie Launches New Solar-Plus Storage Systems

A German group called Sonnenbatterie has announced the introduction of the Solar-Plus Storage System to rival Tesla’s.

Gene-Editing Technique May Take The Bite Out of Malaria

Learn more about the new strain of malaria-blocking mosquito scientists have created by using a new gene editing technique that may well eliminate the dreaded disease from the planet.

Tsū Protests Facebook Ban With Collective Pleas & A Poem Parody

Facebook enacted a ban on Tsu links back in October. It was an historic position to take, as it pitted a social media Goliath against a young ‘David’ upstart. The words ‘bullying,’ ‘censorship’ and a myriad number of other descriptors have been levied by by bloggers and thought leaders as a result.

Lauren Bowker: Fashion and Chemistry Bond To Create New Wearable Tech

Meet fashion designer, Lauren Bowker, a woman of many talents, who has blended the worlds of fashion and chemistry to create a new-eco-friendly cosmos to benefit fashion, the environment and technology.

Invention Of The Week? Qube Is World’s Most Affordable Wi-Fi Smart Bulb

People are always looking for new technology that will make their homes smarter.Meet Qube, a new affordable multi-colored Wi-Fi smart light bulb that just hit the market. Question is will we see more technology like this available in the near future?

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.

Genetically Modified Salmon, Will You Eat It?

On November 20, 2015, U.S. regulators approved a type of genetically engineered (GE) salmon produced by AquaBounty Technologies in Massachusetts as being safe for consumption. The question is: Will you eat it?

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.

Spot Is The Coolest Smart Home Camera Ever

Meet Spot – a new home camera. But this device is way, way more than just a camera. It’s a camera that acts as your new friend, your gatekeeper, your ears, your eyes, your intercom and your link to your home. With Spot you get the best for less. But what makes this home camera better than the rest?

New Pyro Fireball Shooter Lets You Shoot Flames Like A Superhero

Fans of superhero movies have something to look forward to, the new mini pyro fireball shooter for shooting flames out of the palms of your hands.