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Minnie Mouse doll ‘breathes’ to help kids fall asleep

10/15/2012, Do you remember the character Linus in the Peanuts strip? He had this particular comfort blanket that he needed in order to remain sane, and there are some kids, no doubt about it, who do need a favorite soft toy or pillow beside them before they are able...

Felix Baumgartner’s stratosphere jump is successful!

10/15/2012, In case you missed it or you were unaware, Austrian-born Felix Baumgartner has successfully attempted and jumped from heights that no man has attempted, falling faster than any man and breaking the speed of sound in the progress. Felix has successfully...

PSA: If you’ve got a SOPA alert, it’s a virus

10/12/2012, SOPA, the bill that was stopped by the internet because it practically made the internet illegal, has returned. Instead of a piece of legislation, though, it’s a nasty virus that uses the bill to scare its victim. It locks down your computer and...

Bombay Sapphire Global Travel Retail pack lights up when touched

10/12/2012, Not everyone is able to hold their drink, but if having a nightcap in the form of gin is your choice of poison each day before you wind down for the evening, then you might want to check out the latest happenings surrounding Bombay Sapphire. Design...

MIT pencil draws out sensors with carbon nanotubes

10/11/2012, Have you played the game Scribblenauts? I am quite sure that those who have given it a go would have most likely fallen in love with the title. Well, if you have a penchant for drawing stuff using a pencil, then this particular pencil from MIT is a little...

Biggest Street View update ever from Google

10/11/2012, Google’s Maps is certainly going great guns, regardless of the platform it is on, and the latest update to the Street View feature is the biggest and most comprehensive to date, doubling the number of special collections while updating more than 250,000...

Most American ISPs are implementing a Copyright Alert System

10/09/2012, It’s been a long time coming, but the United States’ major internet service providers are finally implementing a system which will disrupt internet service for alleged copyright infringers. Although Washington failed to pass...

Facebook “Want” button undergoes test

10/09/2012, Facebook did stumble upon (pardon the pun there) with the “Like” button which was introduced some time back, and remaining in one spot despite being at the top of the social networking chain is not such a good idea. Innovation continues to be the...

US court to decide whether an IP address identifies a person

10/08/2012, Most copyright holders who start legal action aren’t looking to go to court. They’re looking for out-of-court settlements; easy money. Many copyright-focused lawsuits are started en masse, with little more than IP addresses to identify the...