6th
JAN

Welcome to the New Year! Happy 2014! Ah, the start of a fresh, new year and all of its potential. A blank slate that is ready to be filled. With the close of 2013, we thought we would take a look at just a few of those new product inventions that caught our attention and made us think “How am I living without that?”

1. HAPIfork:

HAPIfork

Almost half (45 percent) of Americans make a New Year’s resolution, with one of the most popular and hardest to keep being to lose weight or live a healthier life. If this is your New Year’s resolution, the HAPIfork may aid in successfully reaching this goal. This electronic device measures how long it takes users to eat a meal, the amount of fork servings taken per minute, as well as the intervals between each fork serving. The information is uploaded via a USB or Bluetooth to improve the individual’s eating behavior. According to a series of scientific studies eating meals too quickly leads to weight gain, digestive problems, gastric reflux, and postoperative complications. Read More >>

6th
DEC

The holidays are quickly approaching, and it’s always difficult to pick out the right gifts at a decent price. Here are a few inventions that will keep your pockets full and surprise your friends and family with something new this year.

Under $10

1. Screw Off Bottle Opener $4.95

For the party host.

Screw Off Bottle Opener

2. Master Sharpener™ $9.95

For the tool man.

Master Tool and Knife Sharpener

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28th
OCT

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Gadgets


With Halloween just around the corner, sprucing up your display is now easier than ever thanks to a serious number of new gadgets available this year. What can make your Halloween extra special is the ability to combine traditional effects, such as cobwebs, eerie lights and fogging devices with new, technically advanced effects to create your own uniquely spooky Halloween theme!


2nd
JUL

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Apple, Gadgets


Who’s ready for 4th of July festivities? Along with family, friends, food and picnics, here are some great apps for your iOS devices that can get you geared up for Independence Day this year.

Weber Grills iOS App

Weber® Grills (Weber® on the Grill – Paid Version)
Includes over 75 recipes for you and your family to enjoy over the holiday weekend, along with some great guides and tips for optimum grilling!

Beer Hunt iOS AppBeer Hunt For all you beer enthusiasts out there this fourth.. or fifth.. or sixth.. Score your favorite beers here, clock your drink history and drink with friends. Even if you’re not together for this fabulous beer filled Independence Day, you can compete for higher craft scores and read each other’s ratings. Read More >>

6th
JUN

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Gadgets, Innovation


Yes, it’s almost Father’s Day again (Sunday, June 16th). Don’t get caught forgetting to get your dad a cool new gadget for his big day. Click each product image below for more details, specs, and how to purchase before it’s too late!


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24th
MAY

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Gadgets, Innovation


It’s almost that time for being outdoors with friends and family to celebrate Memorial Day, and don’t forget having an additional day (for most of us) off of work on Monday. Let’s break down some products you can add to your collection for a great weekend extravaganza.

microBEATSmicroBEATS $49.99
Compatible with any TV, iPod®, iPhone®, Smartphone, MP3 player, laptop or tablet, the wireless microBEATS® speaker system creates a rich, theater-like stereo sound experience. Utilizing a Bluetooth® speaker, this portable simplicity brings your entertainment to life with NO wires! Read More >>

13th
DEC

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Apple, Gadgets


Were you excited about the iPhone 5’s release? Were you at least a little bit disappointed when it came out? The iPhone 5 is only the second iPhone not to have compelling difference between it and the previous version (the iPhone 3GS was a faster version of the iPhone 3G) . The iPhone 4S had Siri. The iPhone 4 had a major design change. The iPhone 3G introduced the App Store.  Will the iPhone 5S, the next rumored iPhone, wow us again, or will it offer only incremental updates? Read More >>

13th
NOV

Have you ever tried making something out of clay, only to have the end result be nothing like you envisioned it to be? Autodesk is the creator of 123D Design, free software which allows you to easily model your own 3D objects, which can later be printed with the help of a 3D printer. Read More >>

5th
NOV

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Gadgets, Science


What if the food you ate appeared bigger than it actually was, making you eat less and lose weight in the process?  The Hirose Tanikawa Group at the University of Tokyo has developed an augmented reality system which consists of a head mounted display and camera. The system’s software uses a deformation algorithm, which alters the size of the food while keeping the shape of the hands constant. To see how this works, check out this video.  Read More >>

23rd
OCT

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Gadgets


When was the last time you got quality sleep on an airplane? If you’re one of the millions of Americans who find it impossible to get some shut eye on your flight, SeatSnoozer may be your answer. The invention consists of a night mask and an attached tail which prevents your head from moving all over the place. Read More >>


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