This fork was designed for eating spaghetti

by Caitlyn - on August 22, 2014

It may seem like such a trivial thing, but eating spaghetti the correct way can be hard. In all my years on this planet, I am still horrible at swirling up pieces of noodle with sauce on them. For myself and others like me, there’s a surprising amount of ridicule. You can laugh off not being an expert noodle-twirler, but sometimes you just want to one-up your family and friends.

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The Kisai Radioactive LED Watch will make you feel like you’re living in a disaster movie

by Caitlyn - on August 22, 2014

Kisai Radioactive LED Watch

We get stuck doing the same things over and over again. Life isn’t exactly thrilling when you get a groove going and have it turn into a rut. We use entertainment such as movies and video games to pull our minds out of the loop of work, eat, sleep, rinse and repeat. Once you’ve found a few genres you enjoy, you start to buy things that remind you of your favorite movies, shows, and games to keep your spirits up at work.

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Transformers Autobot Light will not transform and roll out

by Edwin - on August 22, 2014

transformers-autobot-lightBatman has his huge Bat signal that Commissioner Gordon uses to summon him during times of great peril in Gotham City, but just imagine the amount of money that bad boy is going to cost the police station each month with the amount of power it consumes. Having said that, the Transformers, alien lifeforms that are also technologically advanced, seem to be a whole lot more energy efficient thanks to the AllSpark, might be a more viable platform to explore. Which is what has led to this £14.98 Transformers Autobot Light that helps keep monsters under the bed at bay while giving a sense of security to the little ones who find it difficult to fall asleep in the dark.

This is one of the cooler bedside lights, as the Transformers Autobot Light is perfect for illuminating your bedside table or desk. It comes in a distressed metal finish, where the free-standing Autobot light will feature non-slip feet as well as a 1.5 metre USB power cable to get it going. Unfortunately, it is not able to transform into other designs, and we would have loved it all the more if you were able to turn it the other side, and the Decepticon logo can be seen. I guess that is an idea which is reserved for a special Decepticon version, allowing them to earn twice the amount of money for what is basically the same thing, no?

electroVine ensures your cord remains hidden in plain sight

by Edwin - on August 22, 2014

electrovineOnce in a while, a particularly brilliant solution pops up to a question that has surely bugged more than a few good people in the past, so much so that some of us who stumble across such a solution would slap ourselves silly over our foreheads, and ask the timeless question, “Now why didn’t I think of that before?” The world is seeing its life force ebb away no thanks to our polluting ways, leading us to want to get greener. Here is a chance to do so in terms of colors, and not the actual healing of the earth itself, with the electroVine.

The electroVine happens to be an indoor/outdoor 6-foot extension cord that has been, as you would have guessed by now, disguised as a vine. No longer do you need to hide your cords at all, no sir! At least it is a whole lot more aesthetically pleasing compared to the boring old extension cord. Forget about the cold industrial design of yore with the electroVine, as it will keep all of your important technological devices and appliances in and around the home/office powered, without looking unsightly. Not only that, it will also make any wedding reception or cocktail party look more elegant and refined, and it is currently on the hunt to raise enough funds to become reality. You in?

Samsung and Barnes & Noble delivers new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

by Edwin - on August 22, 2014

Samsung-Galaxy-Tab-4-NOOKSamsung and Barnes & Noble have come together to work on a new tablet that has finally made its way over to the masses, where this new tablet is known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK. Before we get into the nitty gritty and all of the other details, what are some of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK that might warrant more than just a passing interest for those who are in the market for a brand new tablet? For starters, this is the first full featured Android-powered tablet that has been specially optimized for readers, where it will bring together a complete tablet experience alongside an expansive collection of reading and entertainment content, all for just $179 a pop after an instant rebate, not to mention letting you get started right out of the box with over $200 worth of free popular NOOK content.

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Swann Security introduces the Xtreem QuadForce Video Drone

by Edwin - on August 22, 2014

quadforceIt does look as though commercially available drones are set to be the next big thing, so do not be surprised if you were to find a particularly large box under the Christmas tree later this year, where upon unwrapping it, you would have discovered a drone that is simply waiting for you to fire it up and check out what exactly has the neighbor been up to all this while. Having said that, most of the drones or RC helicopters that we know of are rather fragile in nature, as in, they were not really cut out to be able to perform at a high level and continue working even after getting a few knocks and scratches about while doing their work. Swann Security has a very different idea, however, coming up with the Xtreem QuadForce Video Drone.

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The SpaTap turns an old plastic bottle into a portable shower

by Caitlyn - on August 21, 2014

SpaTap

When we go to take a shower, it’s usually not because we’re covered in dirt and grime. We’ve gotten to be very sensitive to smell and minute details. This means our body smell and oil from our hair is often the main cause to bathe. We’re a long way off from living out in the woods, but if we had to be out in the wilderness, chances are you’re going to want to wash off in some way. The only problem being that there isn’t exactly plumbing for the middle of nowhere.

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Sensoria Smart Socks – is that a Fitness Trainer in your Shoe?

by Julie - on August 21, 2014

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It seems as though we are inundated with fitness trackers these days, most of them have their own unique twist on what they offer, most have the same kinds of limitations. Of course the idea of wearable technology is relatively new, and as such, new developments are coming in fast and furiously. An example? Check it out… Continue reading » Sensoria Smart Socks – is that a Fitness Trainer in your Shoe?

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