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Winter is in full swing. The East Coast is still reeling from a record-breaking winter storm, and it's cold (or chilly at best) everywhere. Don't let the cold stop you from enjoying the outdoors and staying active. Here's a winter weather outfit that will cover you from head to toe, composed of a couple of new exciting products and a couple from leading brands.
A group in Sweden has come up with a product known as PeePoo, a disposable yet recyclable one-usage bag for human waste.
The Matuse line of wetsuits and Matuse apparel epitomize the Matuse mission to meld art and function to create premium products. Not only is their gear sleek and stylish, it incorporates a level of innovation that sets it apart from competitors.
The days of forgetting your combination code or keys are officially over, according to a team of inventors in Toronto, Canada. Pishon Lab has unveiled TAPP (also called Tapplock), which they claim is the world’s first padlock that allows user to unlock their valuables using their unique fingerprint. Show More Summary
The lack of fresh, potable water in many areas of the world is increasing at an alarming rate. A U.K. business has the solution.
A 'write-in candidate is a contender in an election whose name does not appear on the ballot, but for whom U.S. voters have the right to vote for nonetheless. To do so, all they need to do is write in his or her name on a ballot. While these type of candidates rarely win, they often attract sizable followings from groups or organizations they are affiliated with.
If you live in rural, underdeveloped areas you have to be clever to survive. The Rotor, a homemade hydro plant created from an inner tube that generates power from moving water, is about as clever as it gets.
If you are a home décor enthusiast or an aspiring inner-city graffiti artist, then SprayPrinter is new technology you'll want to get your hands on. SprayPrinter is simply a unique wireless device that converts digital designs into wall art from your trusty smartphone. So what kind of artwork do you fancy for your walls?
McDonalds Japan answers the question absolutely nobody's been asking: Why can't I drizzle my fries with chocolate sauce?
One of the most prevalent problems in developing countries is sterilization. Thanks to a new solar-powered device called the “medical rucksack,” a lot of that could be about to change.
Here in the United States, we don’t have to worry about infant mortality on nearly the level that Third World countries do. Now, a company called Embrace has developed a low-cost and energy-efficient infant warmer for preemies and low-birth weight babies to help them survive.
Are you into wearing wool or are you one of those who envision the faces of little lambs twitching every time you look at a garment made of the stuff? Either way, read on to learn more about vegan fisherman sweaters and the compasionate woman who makes them.
Though parts of the East Coast are snowed in right now, you may be looking forward to warmer weather and warm activities. If you're planning that camping trip for the spring in a couple of months, you may want to check out these five camping stoves.
The guys at Velowland have a unique approach to building bicycles--delivering "purity incarnate on wheels." They partner with other bicycle design and manufacturing companies to create minimalistic and beautiful bicycles, each with their own distinct flare.
Christopher Hawker, a popular inventor and entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio, has developed a key for everything, but it doesn’t open any doors. It's a simple, no-rocket-science-invention. But how will it sell on the market?
Researchers in Jerusalem have developed an innovative microfiber pad that can greatly improve the diagnosis for urinary track infection by aiding in the collection ofsterile urine samples. Read on for more on this exciting medical innovation.
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and soon people will be buying stuffed animals the size of houses, giant boquets of flowers, and fancy chocolates up the wazoo all in the name of love. But what about the people who absolutely detest Valentine's Day?
Cloud elecommunications has been slow to gain real traction due to costs and he perceived headaches attached to transitioning from one’s legacy IT hardware. But, as we move into the New Year, things might be changing as more and more firms start to appreciate some of the advantages.
The Museum at The Fashion Institute of Technology has created an imaginative, one-of-a-kind fashion exhibit based on 15 different fables that range from Alice in Wonderland to the Little Mermaid. Read on for more information and more than a little...fairydust.
Will the near future bring the reprogramming of human skin cells so that they can produce the hormone insulin? Read on for more information on this amazing new development.