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Each of these three different USB flash memory wristbands from Strapya World sports bright colors and Disney© characters while concealing a 256MB USB thumb drive. Functional fashion for the computer education generation! read more »
According to the Eco-Libris website, about 20 million trees are cut down every year to produce books in United States alone. So, how can we keep reading without leaving behind a heavy carbon footprint in the process? We can print books on recycled paper, buy used books and we can also offset the environmental damage we've already made through Eco-Libris . read more »
Chinese designer Tao Ma has come up with what may be the coolest USB device yet: the E-Lighter, a sleekly designed USB lighter that uses your PC or laptop's power to light your cigarette. read more »
South Korea is often at the forefront of inventions and new ways of living, and now they are proving this fact yet again by inventing a new career. read more »
What better way to market yourself than your business card.
Check out this series of ads for a job recruiting company in Berlin, Germany.
This local orthodontics office is packing up and moving...literally. read more »
Direct Response Television, also called "DRTV" is an avenue of distribution many inventors consider for their inventions, but most don't really know much about.
Our Guest Blogger, Marty M. Fahncke, is President of FawnKey & Associates , a product development, marketing, and business advisory firm. By utilizing Direct Response Television, E-commerce, and many other forms of marketing, Mr. Fahncke has personally developed hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue for his clients. He had some great advice on avenues of distribution for inventors and other entrepreneurs. Here's his article: read more »
Teleglass T3-F Video Eyeglasses are one of the first Head Mounted Display (HMD) units that allow the user to function normally in everyday situations. Once they catch on, they'll likely do for the eye what the Bluetooth receiver has done for the ear. read more »