Imagine you’re driving down the street. You pull up beside another car whose driver who has absolutely zero interest in what his car is doing, and yet the car is in perfect control as he works on a paper. Well…that’s how I imagine it. We aren’t exactly in the era of hands-free driving yet, but we’re getting there. Intrigue has grown in the auto industry world, and big companies are
Here are 5 slightly useless, yet totally underrated inventions. 1. Musical Rain Cloud There is just something so satisfying about this raincloud. The Cloud Lamp, plays music and thunder storm noises, flashes an LED light to the beat of the music, is remote controlled and it can be yours for only $3,500! I don’t know about you, but I think this is something worth investing in. Okay, maybe not, but you can’t deny that it’s
It’s been established that I really, really appreciate a good toy, and it seems that a lot of other people love them as well. The New York Toy Fair 2015 showcased some truly brilliant and brain-teasing toys for me -ahem- the next generation, and I’m pleased to do a re-cap of some of the most intriguing toys coming out on the market this year. The convention stretched over seven football fields
If you’ve ever experienced that not-so-fresh feeling, you might be pleased to know that uber-company Google is currently working on a patent for an odor-blocking device. Is this too good to be true? Apparently not when it comes one of the world’s most valued companies. Basically, the device works by releasing scents to help you stay fresh wherever you are. So, what is it called? The patent is being filed
As a twenty-six year old who still has trouble throwing out her stuffed animals, I respect the preservation of childhood memories and old-school entertainment that kids just don’t get these days. The things that are strewn across my niece’s playroom may be able to eat, wet themselves and crawl around, but don’t tell me she’s going to want to keep that creepy thing when she’s my age.