Morning Glory Solar Powered LED Flower

by Ally

Solar gadgets are usually a little more on the practical side.  This one doesn’t even serve a real purpose like the solar garden lights.  Instead, it’s purely decorative, but that’s plenty good enough.  It’s a great modern twist for those that enjoy stained glass hanging in their windows.

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Shock absorbers are capable of generating electricity

by Edwin

Shock absorbers are an extremely important component of any car, as it provides you with a comfortable ride no matter where you want to go. Well, the boffins at Cambridge, MA-based Levant Power have come up with a new form of shock absorbers which are touted to lower fuel consumption by 1.5% to 6%, depending on the type of vehicle it is used in and driving conditions. Not only that, …

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Sprint offers Samsung Seek officially

by Edwin

Sprint has announced a brand new cellphone for the masses Stateside, where you will be able to pick yet another touchscreen device that also sports a full slide out QWERTY keyboard if you’re a messaging and email fiend – we’re talking about the the Samsung Seek, also known as the Samsung M350 if model numbers are your cup of tea. This 3G phone will come in a trio of color …

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Oasis Solar Stainless Steel Lantern

by Ally

When you’re out camping it just kills the mood entirely to refill your gadgets with new batteries.  It’s way better if you can manage to go without changing batteries or plugging things in.  This solar lantern will allow for you to keep your light source juiced and working all night long.  Of course it looks like something you’d find at space camp instead of a camp in the middle of …

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Kites generate power under the sea

by Mark R

Sure, we could all use new and energy-efficient power sources, and I’ve got to admire this particular one. Dubbed “Deep Green” by a Swedish start-up company Minestro, it is known as an “underwater kite”. This particular kit doesn’t use the wind, but they are held aloft by “the motion of the ocean”. As for their “strings” they are tied to the seabed, and I’m guessing that what they are attached …

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Solar FM Radio Kit

by Ally

Alright, so it’s not a solar portable iPod speaker kit.  Which means it might have slightly less appeal for the younger ones that are heavily attached to their MP3 player of choice.  However, for those that just love to build and use what they’ve built on a regular basis this little kit would be fun.  Plus this FM radio won’t require you to constantly replace batteries.

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Solar cells to be printed on paper?

by Mark R

The Source from this story really caught my attention. The title of it was “solar cells printed on paper”. This is not the time to say “Nuff Said”. This is the time to figure out how in the world I can download the template of these solar cells, print out a bunch, and wire them to all the appliances an electrical devices in my house. Then I’m calling the power …

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German scientists use lasers to create clouds

by Mark R

This is an interesting device I saw this morning that could easily signal a new era for Mother Earth. As you can see from the picture, a laser has been used to create clouds. It was actually some German scientists, and they didn’t just point a laser at the sky and make clouds. No, these guys shot some lasers into a chamber of some water-saturated air at about -24 degrees …

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