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The Skarp Laser Razor is Cutting Edge

In the hustle and bustle of modern life, it’s incredibly easy to rush during a morning shave and cut oneself. The traditional razor is functional but the design remains relatively unaltered. Despite this, the engineering team…

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Dyson Develops LED Light That Will Last 40 Years

Are you sick of replacing the lightbulbs in your home multiple times a year? Well, the accepted planned obsolescence of lightbulbs may become a thing of the past.  Jake Dyson, son of the inventor of the…

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Make Your Own Hoverboard With 4 Leafblowers and a Skateboard

Remember that Hendo hoverboard we reported on previously? You know, the one that costs $10,000. Well as cool as it looked, not too many of us have that kind of money. That was seemingly no problem for Ryan…

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Rinser: The Water Fountain Toothbrush

Meet Rinser, the toothbrush that includes its own little water fountain for washing your mouth out. The brush includes a small electric motor that fires water into your mouth with “beautifully slow laminar flow”. You simply place the brush’s…

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Meet The World’s Most Dangerous Toilet Roll Dispenser

Do you find pulling toilet paper off the roll the most laborious task of your day? Have you ever wondered why a machine can’t do it for you? Well The Useless Duck Company has come up…

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Steve Jobs Granted 141 Patents Since Death

Apple’s co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, has been granted 141 patents since he passed away in October 2011. The number, which is more than the 9 Bill Gates has been granted and the dozen or…

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Apple Patents Mouse With Scanner and Display

Apple has been given a patent for a mouse that includes a built-in scanner and display. The patent details a mouse with special sensors that can scan its surface, transferring the image to a screen embedded…

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New ‘Super Black’ Material Developed By British Researchers

Hearing of a new material that can perform in ways that push the boundaries of what is actively known is typically heard from the heavily invested teams over at NASA, however a team from Surrey (not too…