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Capacitive touch panel friends with glove hands now

10/25/2011, If there was one thing that I loathe about touchscreen devices during winter, it would be this – you will still need to expose your fingers to the bitter cold when you want to send a text message to someone, simply because there are no physical...

Bicycle powered washing machine

10/25/2011, If you want to get your laundry done, most of us would go to a nearby laundrette, throw some quarters in and pick up a good book to read while our clothes go a-tumblin’ all over the place, getting cleaned inside out. Of course, you can always...

Nissan plug-in hybrid coming your way

10/24/2011, It is rather interesting that Nissan has no hybrid vehicle yet – although they already have released their rather successful Nissan LEAF some time ago. Well, I guess that Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan wants to bring the best of both worlds...

LED matrix helps you convey your feelings while you drive

10/24/2011, Sometimes, you just want to share your feelings with others on the road not through vulgar hand signals and signs, but in a far more civilized manner via a message. Having a notice or signboard would help greatly, but can people read your handwritten...

Feats Per Minute is a bicycle that plays records

10/20/2011, Now this is definitely an interesting amalgamation of items – a bicycle as well as a record player, all crammed into a single device. Known as Feats Per Minute, this “invention” of sorts will see the incorporation of a turntable onto the...

T20 electric scooter has bamboo frame

10/20/2011, Bamboo, the world’s fastest growing grass, is also a desirable eco-friendly material that has plenty of use apart from being panda food. The super modern T20 electric scooter that is the brainchild of French firm Fritsch-Durisotti not only turns...

Free Wi-Fi on metro in Bangalore, India

10/20/2011, When it comes to wireless networks these days, many people see them as essential and not something extra. While we rock on to our smartphones with a 3G connection, sometimes we just want to preserve battery life – and this is where Wi-Fi networks...

DIY pedal car is no Flintstones ride

10/18/2011, Remember the Flintstones? That was a cartoon that will certainly go down as a classic in my books, where old school interpretations of modern day designs always brought a smile to my face. Back then, I never really figured out that it would be impossible...

Electric DeLorean coming your way

10/17/2011, The DeLorean is a cult classic all thanks to the “Back to the Future” movie series, and hence it makes perfect sense to see many people make attempts at converting the DeLorean DMC-12 to an electric car in a DIY setting. Well, we are pleased...

GroundLink car service comes to iOS and Android

10/17/2011, If you’re living in New York, you’re probably familiar with the GroundLink car service. The good news for those living in New York and who utilizes GroundLink from time to time, or for those who may be new to the city, the car service has recently...

Scientists develop wireless brakes for bicycles

10/13/2011, Everything is going wireless these days – and it’s not just your mobile phones. Some scientists in Germany have come up with a new wireless braking system that works without cable and levers. And when its calculation of reliability gives the...

Bicycle Dynamo USB Charger by Thanko

10/13/2011, If you’re the type of multitask, or if you’re looking for a good way to motivate yourself to exercise, this bicycle dynamo USB charger by Thanko could be just what you are looking for. As the name implies, you will be able to charge your device simply...

Mario Kart race ends up on the streets

10/13/2011, Forget about Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift, as the world of video games has crossed over into the physical realm as the streets of Tokyo were momentarily visited by the most popular pair of brothers in video game lore – the Mario and Luigi of...

Gulf Air offers live TV and Internet – a world’s first

10/13/2011, We do know that you can access the Internet via Wi-Fi while you’re on your way halfway across the world in a comfortable plane seat (assuming you’re on Business Class, of course), but how many of you wished that you need not subject yourself...