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Invention Of The Week: Zafirro Is Sharper Than Any Other Blade On The Planet

Most of us shave. Lots of us shave in different places, and some of us shave in all places. So, for all you razor blade fanatics there is a new one that just hit the market and it’s a ‘sharp’ and cool new invention. But why is this invention 'a cut above the rest?'.

Wearable Solar Innovation: Parka Offers Shelter, Comfort and Energy

The latest addition to the Pauline van Dongen wearable solar family is a very special parka that thrives amid nature's often harsh elements. Read on to learn more about this innovative Dutch desinger and her amazing creations.

Kelley Blue Book Announces 2016 Best Buy Award Winners

The Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Awards for 2016 honor the top new model-year vehicle choices available in the USA. Drawing upon Kelley Blue Book's reputation as a trusted vehicle valuation source, this premier awards program offers consumers invaluable insight on which new car or truck best suits their needs.

Parkinson's Drug Doubles as Treatment for Macular Degeneration

Learn more about L-DOPA, a treatment for Parkinson's Disease and a new study that suggests this drug may be able to delay or prevent Macular Degeneration.

Facebook’s Double Standard: Blocks Tsū While Incentivizing Their Own

The Facebook/Tsu controversy will go down in the annals of social media history as an epic case of a dominant social network bullying another. For those who are not aware what has transpired over the course of the last few weeks, all you have to do is Google search “Facebook Bans Tsu” or “Facebook Censors Tsu” to rifle through a plethora of articles and fan complaints cyberventilating their way across the blogosphere.

Xandem Lets You Detect And Locate People In Your Home

There is new and innovative technology that just hit the market that will protect and automate your home. A team of inventors in Salt Lake City, Utah, has developed Xandem Home which is a one-of-a-kind security system. Is your home equipped with technology like this?

Tsū Rockstars à la Twitter, not Facebook

Do social media stars make the social network, or does the social network make the stars? If history is to be our road map, it would appear that the latter is the case. Yes, users have to be creative enough to use these ecosystems in innovative ways, but without the platform, these unknowns would have had a much tougher time reaching exponentially wide audiences in such a short period of time.

Atlanta High Museum Honors Haute Couture and 3D-Printed Fashion

Read all about the leading art museum in the southeastern United States and its new and exciting US premiere exhibit featuring the works of Iris Van Herpen and the world of  Haute Couture and 3-D printed fashion.

Invention Of The Week? Comet Is A Floating Smartphone

Well over 82.5 million smartphones have been destroyed by water. Good news smartphone addicts, Comet has just hit the market and it’s the first of its kind mobile device that is ideal for water savvy enthusiasts. Question is, why is Comet's team of inventors so 'hush-hush' on how they developed this new smartphone that loves water?

New Gel Made From Snake Venom Stops Bleeding In Under 10 Seconds

Scientists are now telling us that a bi-product of snake venom called batroxobin can clot blood in under 10 seconds. Known as SB50, the hydrogel could be a real life saver for millions.

World's Thinnest Artificial Blood Vessels Grown & Tested Inside Rats

Japanese researchers have developed the world's thinnest artificial blood vessels by growing the exceedingly narrow tubules underneath the skin of lab rats.

There’s Something Very Big About SMAL (Sharing Multiple Acts of Love) On Tsū

There’s a movement afoot in the Land of Tsu, the ecosystem many describe as the social network with a conscience. Only on the planet for one short year, this platform has not only scaled over 4 million users, but has also laid a solid foundation for motivating members to give to charities and other humanitarian efforts.

British-American Duo Invent Portable Power-Charging Belt

Meet the ION Belt Battery, a sleek, safe and stylish accessory with a secret double life as a portable charger that eradicates the need for bulky  battery packs.

Connecticut Teen Develops Ground Breaking Test For Ebola

Meet Olivia Hallisey, a teenager from Connecticut who has created a revolutionary test for dreaded Ebola that may well turn the course of this deadly contagion that has taken so many lives.

Gi FlyBike: First E-Bike To Fold In One Second

Gi FlyBike has just been developed by a team of inventors in New York City, NY. It’s an electric, smart, maintenance-free, folding bicycle with .26” wheels. The invention scripts a new chapter in urban commuting, especially in big cities. So, when are you getting one?

'Mother Dirt' Product Does Away With The Need For Showering, But Would You Want To?

If you could go years on end without showering, would you want to? Well, that option is here. A new product called "Mother Dirt" has come out that purportedly eliminates the need for showering — for years!

Invention Of The Week? Lucid Is A Consumer 3D VR Camera

There is a new camera that just hit the market and it lets you share exactly how you see the world with others. LucidCam captures 3D, 180° footage in full HD, and its team of inventors from Berkeley, California claim that it is the world’s first camera of its kind. So, what experiences are you going to share?

Innovative Bio-Skin: Will Clothes One Day Self-Ventilate?

Learn more about MIT researcher, Lining Yao, who has created along with her highly skilled team a bio-skin that reacts to sweat and might suggest a future of self-ventiliating clothes.

New Paint Kills infection-Causing Bacteria and Saves Lives

Read on to learn more about Paint Shield, a new and exciting anti-bacterial paint from Sherwin-Williams that may greatly reduce the number of hospital related infections.

Japanese Scientists Create Nearly Unbreakable Glass For Commercial Use

A group of scientists at the University of Tokyo's Institute of Industrial Science in Japan believes they have discovered a way to make glass nearly indestructible.

Will Gest Kill The Keyboard And Mouse?

If a keyboard and mouse doesn’t make sense for you anymore, well then it’s time for you to get your hands dirty… well, sort of.  A team of inventors in Austin, Texas, have developed a wearable device that lets you control your computer or mobile device with your very own hands. The device is called Gest. So, what inspired the inventor to create Gest?

Zero Energy Vaxxwagon For Delivering Vaccines Invented By Boy

Another ingenious teen has come up with an eco-friendly invention for improving the lives of others. This one's in the form of a pedal-powered wagon designed for the purpose of delivering life-saving vaccines to those in need.

SpeedForce Is A Fully Integrated Cycling Computer

An avid cyclist from Sunnyvale, California, has developed new technology that will make your bike even smarter.  Gang Li is the inventor of SpeedForce, which is a fully-integrated smart cycling computer that lets you get the most out of cycling. Do you feel like being a cycling pro?

Invention Of The Week: Ollinfit Is A Wearable Personal Trainer

Ollinfit acts as your very own personal trainer and it guides you perfectly through all your workouts with important feedback on your overall form quality and weights you are lifting. This new invention will help ensure you get the best workout while minimizing the risk of injury. So, how soon will you be using this new technology?

Printer Ink From Air Pollution, Can It Be Done? MIT Grad Says "Yes"

What if we could find a way to turn air pollution into something useful? A recent MIT grad thinks he's found a way.