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Rimtec ePad – 7"

Rimtec ePad – 7″ Touchscreen Android 2.2 Tablet PC (Camera WiFi)

It is most cost-effective tablet PC on the Market. Unique design and tons of features compliments of the Android Operating System. Download thousands of helpful applications. Also has a Wifi and Ethernet connetion to plug directly into internet. and the Webcam also featured on this unit.

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Top sex inventions in 2010

2010 was a great year for inventions, including some great new sex inventions.

The U.S. Patent Office was where Thomas Edison unveiled his light bulb, Eli Whitney introduced the cotton gin and Robert Fulton brought the steamboat to public consciousness. It’s also where Kathleen R Stigar-Brown let the world know about her clitoral clip. For every important invention registered with the Patent Office, there are, it seems, two perverted contraptions examined and inspected by government officials.

In 2010, nothing new, just some good old fashion sex inventions including spray-on condoms, a robot, and others.

A New Jersey company says it has developed “the world’s first sex robot,” a life-size rubber doll that’s designed to engage the owner with conversation rather than lifelike movement. At a demonstration at the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas on Saturday, the dark-haired, negligee-clad robot said “I love holding hands with you” when it sensed that its creator touched its hand. It also did other things … 🙂

As for the spray-on condom here is the story …the prototype, which began testing last year, consists of a hard plastic tube with nozzles that spray liquid latex from all directions, much like the water jets in the tunnel of a car wash. According to Krause, there are numerous advantages to his spray-on condom. “The condom fits 100% perfectly, so the safety is much higher than a standard condom’s, and it feels more natural.” But there are some stumbling blocks. The men who tested the spray-on condom had a few hesitations, Krause says. Some were “a little bit afraid to use the tube” and would only try it on their fingers. Others worried that the mechanism, which hisses as it sprays, might ruin the mood.

Here’s to 2011 and some more great inventions.

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Eco earbuds

EOps Noisezero i+ Eco earbuds get cornstartch construction, finger-friendly design

Recently create, the Noisezero i+ Eco Edition earbuds, which are constructed with cornstarch(Eco), equipped with an iPod / iPhone-friendly inline remote and a design to make it easier for these to be inserted into one’s ear.

Numerous colours will eventually arrive. Listen to Michael chat about them below.

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Toshiba Unveils New Solar-Powered E-Book Reader

Toshiba Unveils New Solar-Powered E-Book Reader

eReaders are popping up these days like dandelions on an un-mowed lawn, and truthfully it’s hard to sing the praises of their individuality. But Toshiba has decided to give their next gadget a green twist by announcing that their new eReader, the Biblio Leaf, will be solar powered.

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FREE Unlimited Long Distance – WOW

FREE unlimited Long Distance – WOW with magic Jack.

I just tried the Magic Jack, with FREE unlimited Long Distance in North America, the digital phone service, voice over internet.

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Kinect – Top Selling Tech Toy

Kinect – Top Selling Tech Toy, with an estimated 100,000 units per day being sold.

With Kinect for Xbox 360, a Microsoft product
You are the controller. No gadgets, no gizmos, just you!

Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways without using a controller. Imagine controlling movies and music with the wave of a hand or the sound of your voice. With Kinect, technology evaporates, letting the natural magic in all of us shine.

Controller-free gaming means full body play. Kinect responds to how you move. So if you have to kick, then kick. If you have to jump, then jump. You already know how to play. All you have to do now is to get off the couch.

Sounds like a lot of fun!

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Best Inventions of 2010

It’s heading for 2011 now! Lists, lists, lists, all kinds of the Best of Lists.

One of interest to us, is Times Best Inventions of 2010! A big list of 50 best inventions.

My TOP 5 Favs this year include, ipad, eLegs Exoskeleton, Martin Jetpack, the Antro Electric Car, and Power-Aware Cord.

Check them out here Best Inventions of 2010

All kinds of industry sectors are involved, these new products and services will hopefully serve us well.

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Gasifying Biomass with Sunlight

Gasifying Biomass with Sunlight

A solar-driven process could yield far more fuel than conventional biomass production.

Sundrop Fuels, a startup based in Louisville, CO, says it has developed a cleaner and more efficient way to turn biomass into synthetic fuels by harnessing the intense heat of the sun to vaporize wood and crop waste. Its process can produce twice the amount of gasoline or diesel per ton of biomass compared to conventional biomass gasification systems, the company claims.

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China's High-Speed-Rail Revolution

This is cool. We need some of this in Canada. China has begun operating the world’s fastest dedicted rail line: a 968-kilometer line linking Wuhan, in the heart of central China, to Guangzhou, on the southeastern coast. The “WuGuang” line trains (locally built variants of Japan’s Shinkansen and Germany’s InterCity Express high-speed trains) raced along at up to 394 kilometers per hour (or 245 miles per hour). They have also recorded an average speed of 312 kph in nonstop runs four times daily since the WuGuang’s December 26 launch, slashing travel time from Wuhan to Guangzhou from 10.5 hours to less than three.

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