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Galvanic Response Bracelets tells if student is bored or not

06/12/2012, Teaching is a very subjective matter, where there is more than one way to skin a cat – or so the proverb goes. After all, different strokes work for different folks, and there is no one general formula which works across the board for everyone. This...

POrtal: Terminal Velocity is a gun that actually works!

06/12/2012, Portal game fans, have you ever wondered just what you would do if you were to wield a portal gun in real life, and it actually works? Wonder no more, as Jason Craft came up with his homemade video of the portal gun in action, dubbed POrtal: Terminal...

Tardis Engagement Ring

06/12/2012, If you are a huge fan of the Dr. Who series, then surely you would know of the many Doctors as well as the amount of time travelling that they do. I wonder whether frequent flier miles (or should we say, minutes) count over here. Anyways, an enterprising...

Let’s Pizza vending machine coming to the U.S. this year

06/12/2012, If ordering pizza online via Facebook, or a fridge magnet is still too slow for you, then you have to check out this awesome pizza vending machine that will soon launch in the U.S. Wait, did I just say pizza vending machine? Well yes, I did. Italian pizza...

Alien vs. Predator head over heels in love in a wedding cake

06/12/2012, Probably one of the best fictional characters ever created to debut in comics and in movies are the two bitter rivals Alien and Predator. You’ve probably read comics about these fascinating creatures or even watched the two Aliens vs. Predator...

QR codes on tombstones makes future remembrance easier

06/11/2012, QR codes are not just meant for advertising as well as offering a quick link to more product information, so to speak, but it can also be applied in more formal settings. Case in point – having QR codes imprinted on your tombstone as a new and yet...

Minesweeper postcards let you scratch them mines out

06/08/2012, I am quite sure that many of us office drones have had our own brush with Minesweeper in the past, especially for those of us who entered the workforce at the office when chunky CRTs were still in vogue, and to own a LCD monitor is somewhat the equivalent...

Fuji Xerox e-paper needs no color filter

06/07/2012, Fuji Xerox has come up with an electrophoretic type electronic paper (e-paper) which is capable of displaying colors on it – and it does so without the need for a color filter, now how about that? Not only that, since the e-paper lacks a color...

Yoga shirt ensures you end up in the right position

06/07/2012, Do you get involved with yoga a whole lot, stretching your bodies in ways that you never thought your body was possible of achieving? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you might be interested in this unique high tech shirt that actually gives...

Oracle ordered to pay Google’s legal fees

06/07/2012, Oracle appears to be in for a rude awakening. Following the jury’s decision last month to ditch Oracle’s accusation that Google infringed the former’s patents and copyrights, we are hearing reports that Oracle has been asked to pay...

Court dismisses Apple’s suit against Motorola

06/07/2012, Lawsuits seem to be flying just about everywhere these days, and here we are with a court of law throwing out Apple’s suit against Motorola. The judge presiding over the case rejected both sides’ damages arguments, as the first patent trial...

Sky+HD EPG to hit the market this year

06/07/2012, Sky+ is a TV broadcaster on the other side of the pond, and their user interface had pretty much remained the same for quite some time already. Well, it seems that they are now working on delivering a brand new look in order to usher in the Olympic Games...

Elvis hologram might see new Elvis concerts in the future

06/07/2012, There was some interest a couple of months ago when a Tupac “hologram” (actually, it was just a digital projection of Tupac on a glass display) performed ‘live’ on stage with Dr. Dre and Snopp Dogg, and it sure did open up a whole...