Water Powered Shower Radio

by Edwin

Now here’s a device that ought to be a gift to those who have family members that love singing in the shower, although they would never have made it past the audition stage of American Idol. We’re looking at the Water Powered Shower Radio, and as the name suggests, you need not burden your monthly power bill with this, and the other advantage would be to have its audio content …

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Lumileaf solar LED desk lamp

by Edwin

Sonelis Technologies has introduced the nature-inspired Lumileaf solar LED desk lamp for your home (or office, wherever you’re inclined), which might just change the way you view appliances. The Lumileaf will feature a 1.25W leaf-shaped solar panel that comes in an elegant brushed aluminum body, boasting an integrated 1800mA NiMH battery that makes sure the six 1.2W high-brightness energy efficient LED will be able to deliver ample light for just …

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Eton Scorpion is a wonder that goes green

by Edwin

The Eton Scorpion wears many hats. Do you want to listen to a radio? Check. How about having a portable USB charger for your power hungry devices? Check. Hmmm, feeling thirsty and have yet to master the art of opening beer bottles with your teeth? Check. The Eton Scorpion is all of the above and more, where £49.99 will net you a built-in torch as well so that you will …

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Black Pyramids could harness solar energy in the UAE

by Mark R

Did you ever wonder why the Egyptians built the pyramids? It wasn’t because the desert was too boring, but they were tombs for the pharaohs. In the case of this particular concept design known as Lunar Cubit, these pyramids could be built for the purposes of solar energy. Lunar Cubit is the winning entry in Land Art Generator Initative, a contest in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) made for designing …

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Ring Socket Power Plug

by Mark R

I’m sure that all of us are or at least should be trying to conserve power as much as possible. I’ve discovered how easy it is to save a few bucks every month by unplugging my television and computer before I go to sleep. This Ring Socket product is another way of conserving power by having the user set a pre-determined hour when the power goes off. All the user …

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Sunshine Buddies

by Edwin

When it comes to toys or compact electrical equipment, there is always the issue of batteries. Surely parents who had kids in the late 1980s and early 1990s would have realized just how much money they have pumped in to sustain their child’s Game Boy habit? Well, good thing the advent of solar powered technology has changed the landscape by quite a bit – today, we have the Sunshine Buddies …

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These things on the road charge your car as you drive over them

by Mark R

I think we all know that electric cars are probably the way of the future, but they really do need charging all the time. This would make trips longer, with more stops having to be made along the way. What if there is a way to charge your car as you are driving? This is what Halo IPT (Inductive Power Transfer) is planning. Think of it as one of those …

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Tokyo man builds a home in a space designed for parking

by Mark R

Some of you might remember when we reported on the Hong Kong man that built a Domestic Transformer that could turn a 344-foot space into a 24-room house. This man, Fuyuhito Moriya, has applied principles of some space-saving technology to his small house in Tokyo. This is a 30 square meter plot of land that was originally designed to be a parking space, but is now a three story house …

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