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Obama Nightclub: Presidential Hotspot Internationally

Obama might not be the most popular in the United States or online with some individuals right now who are supporting an inappropriate Facebook campaign, but he's well-loved overseas. So much so that there are businesses being created in his honor.

Pocket Electric Toothbrush From Panasonic Gives Smiles Sonic Style

Panasonic's EW-DS11 pocket sonic toothbrush is a small wonder. Perfect for toothy touch-ups away from home, the brush is designed to be both small and stylish.

Ten Things To Think About Before Being Sucked Into iPad Fever

As ubiquitous as Apple is - it's still always wise for buyers to be aware. Like the iPod and iPhone that preceded it - sometimes it's best to wait for the first run's critiques before blindly jumping into the buying frenzy. To that end, here are ten things to know before following 'Pied Piper' Jobs off the proverbial 'first adopter' cliff.

Mirakle Couriers: Elite International Courier Service With A Deaf Team

Although the establishment of new technologies and general acceptance of people who are "different" by society has allowed the hearing impaired to maintain successful careers; there's still a stigma that they might not be as capable. One business in India is looking to chance these perceptions by providing their HR with strict instructions when hiring.

Colorful Desktop Paper Shredder Cuts Cards & Opens Mail

Who says paper shredders have to be functional and dull? The SE.CU.MO F-150 from Meiko Shokai takes form and functionality to a whole new level with bright colors and a cutting edge (sorry) design.

Debunking Health Care Reform Myths In The 11th Hour

While this blog was written one day prior to a watered version of the health care reform act moving to its final vote, there are still many in the U.S. who continue to wade through the misconceptions. Far from following the health care  models of other countries and after over fifty years of fighting for some form of reform, if you're a 'dummy' like me, you may still not be as knowledgeable as you'd like regarding this revolutionary new legislation. However when dealing with the facts on some of the major issues, I was able to research some of the more topical myths that can be debunked. 

Desktop 'Magic Sakura' Cherry Tree Springs Into Bloom

Spring is almost here, and for those in Japan (and Washington D.C.) that means the cherry blossoms are about to bloom! Now the rest of us can get in on the fun, thanks to the Magic Sakura fake flowering tree!

Cellphone Sensor Tells Your Boss If You're Working Or Goofing Off

Every slacker employee's worst nightmare is about to be brought to life, thanks to the research arm of Japan's second largest telecom company. Is goofing off on the job doomed to become a thing of the past?

Ultime Réalité: The Ultimate Thrill With Abduction And Stalking Services

If you've ever dreamed of being abducted or of doing a little harmless stalking that won't end in a jail sentence, then there is one French company more than ready to make those dreams come true for those thrill-seekers!


Will Steve Ballmer's Microsoft & Obama's Administration Share A Cloud?

Much has been written about Steve Ballmer's almost fanatic focus on cloud computing this month. With catchphrases like "we're all in" and "the cloud fuels Microsoft and Microsoft fuels the cloud" he makes it sound like his company is the lone pioneer in the field. Or when he does allude to Google, Amazon and Apple it is done in a dismissive manner. Could this ramp-up of 'all-things-cloud' be part of a larger alliance Ballmer is solidifying with the Obama Administration?