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Unlike bulky solar panels that aren't much use at night or on foggy / rainy days, this cool new Waterlily USB can help you recharge your digital devices on the go from flowing water, strong winds, or even by ... Continue
This intelligent robotic lawn mower automatically mows your lawn without supervision, rain or shine, on rough or smooth terrain, and on slopes up to 35% and then goes back to charge itself before going back out again, ad infinitum, ... Continue
Just like checking your guns at the door in the Old West, I think I'm going to start making people check their obnoxious smartphones into this cool new Cell Phone Silencing Pouch that effectively blocks all radio signals, so ... Continue
Whether you're in the car, the gym or anywhere there's an extra cupholder handy, this innovative stand keeps your iPad 2 accessible with 360 degrees of viewability.
This covert GPS device monitors and tracks a car's activity and provides a detailed report of places, routes, and speeds traveled.
Never get lost again with the easiest to use personal location finder. Just mark the location and BackTrack will use advanced GPS technology to help you find your way back. Perfect for parking lots, children, hiking, malls, the elderly, ... Continue
This is the dog tracking system that employs a small GPS receiver attached to your dog's collar that alerts you when he goes missing or leaves a defined area and notifies you via text message or e-mail.
A small device that you keep with you at all times while traveling and it keeps track of everywhere you go and when by storing time-stamps and GPS coordinates. After a trip, load up the plotting software and this ... Continue
NASA's latest engineering innovations are reported FIRST in NASA Tech Briefs -- America's largest-circulation design engineering magazine. Each monthly issue features new product ideas and engineering solutions in Electronics, Photonics, Computing, Bio-Med, Materials, Nanotechnology, Mechanics, Machinery/Automation, Manufacturing, and more.
Lately, I've really gotten into biking. You can go and see things much further than if you just took a walk, it's good exercise and it gets you away from all of this technological madness. Well not for long, ... Continue

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