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Origami Candidates Play Presidential Politics

Origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, has now been applied to the upcoming U.S. presidential election. Are the candidates - and their wives - more than just paper tigers or do they just leave you flat? Print, fold and find out!

Proving That Size Matters: A Mega USB 16 Port Hub

Although this gadget won't be winning a prize for best looking tech product of the year, its functionality definitely makes it a winner amongst its competitors.

A Comb That Conquers Baldness

Thousands of men and women around the world have spent a great deal of time and money in search of a cure for baldness. From painful hair transplant treatments to hyped up miracle drugs the selection of remedies are plenty. Imagine restoring hair that

Friction Models and Cellphone Charms Evoke Retro Tokyo

A new series of miniature friction models and cellphone charms harken back to a time when Japan's future was bright and anything was possible. Retro Tokyo is back in style!

Indoor Gnome Bowling - A Strike?

Gnomes as we know them to be are those small bearded weirdish looking little men that wear pointed hats. They can often be found nestled in gardens around the world but as of recent, they are now being sighted...

Creepy Stuffed Animals Feature Your Child's Face

Does owning custom stuffed animals with the face of your child or significant other seem somewhat creepy? Well yeah, kind of - but you can have one anyway, courtesy of Sha@lark, the Japanese company who came up with this odd idea.

Kids Travel Made Easy

You’re traveling through the airport on your latest family vacation, and as usual, your child is trudging along behind you – exhausted and tired. What’s a parent to do?

Man Makes Paris In 15 Years Using Junk

There isn't much too say about this next green innovator, Designer Gerard Brion, except that he is passionate about his artwork. He is very passionate. In fact, with regular household items, some glue and paint Gerard Brion has spent 15 years of his life creating a detailed replica of Paris.

Kids Smile at Safety with Innovative Helmet Covers

Looking for a creative way to keep kids safe? Give this innovative Canadian company a try.

A Robot Now Comes With A Heart

A robot is essentially a machine that takes in information through its senses, and in turn acts intelligently on the basis of that information. So can robots be intelligent enough to express real humanlike emotions?