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Human Breath Energy Harvested with New Device

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Have you ever wondered if your breath can produce electricity? Maybe not, but the answer is still yes. It can… if the correct device is used.

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CPT creates a 48 volt supercharger for small engines

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If you’re frustrated about the lack of torque small-engine cars have when they're trying to climb a hill, then there’s a solution in the horizon. Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) has created a  48 volt version of their electric supercharger which uses 7 kW of electrical power to deliver an extra six to ten times that power, which is ideal for small engines that require extra juice to climb steep hills.

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Adidas unveils the smart football boot with a brain

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If you’re an aspiring football player or simply want to know just how your physical endurance compares to world class athletes, then you check out the new Adidas football boots, adizero f50.

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General Motors implementing a new center airbag

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If you thought being covered in case of car accidents by the frontal, roof and rear window airbags, General Motors has got something new that will roll out in 2013 on some selected vehicles; the front center airbag.

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MIT’s Artificial Leaf Could Make Pure Water

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With the alarming problem of increased water consumption, this trend is a growing concern as we wonder if our planet, mother Earth, will be able to replenish the freshwater supplies before they run out.

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Asus Eee Pad Slider shipping at $400, running Android 3.1

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Asus has lifted the lid on their Eee Pad Slider, making it available online for orders and immediate shipping. As previous rumors had it, the 10 inch tablet would feature an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB RAM and an integrated keyboard. Plus, the SL101 Slider would come in two versions, allowing you to choose between 16GB of storage space and 32 GB. Of course, the price will also vary $400 for a 16GB unit and $550 for a 32Gb one.

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Prototype MacBook Pro with 3G reaches $30K on eBay, gets pulled

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An eBay auction has been spotted revealing a never before launched MacBook Pro prototype. This MacBook is somewhat sought after, as it a built-in 3G cellular data radio to provide wireless connectivity anywhere, it seems Apple had worked on this 4 years ago as a possible feature upgrade to its MacBook Pro line, but we all know that never came to fruition.

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Military grenade launcher shoots wireless camera

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Civilians don’t normally get to experience military-class devices, but there are times when such devices inspire civilian enforcement equipment. An Israeli surveillance device has been such inspiration for hackers Vlad Gostom and Joshua Marpet, the duo have come up with a DIY launchable camera that was unveild at this year’s Defcon.

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Samsung Galaxy Xcover is built to withstand fire and water

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You could sink it in water and leave it there for half an hour, drop it on the ground, burry it in sand and throw it in a fire pit. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover is resistant to almost any disaster you could throw its way, and being the first Android powered device to carry IP67 certification is kinda neat too.

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Facebook Messenger For Non-Facebook iPhone And Android Users

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750 million users is far from being enough for Facebook. The company has recently launched a smartphone app called Facebook Messenger that allows mobile phone users who don’t necessarily have a profile use it.

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Phantom v1610 Camera Shoots At 1 million FPS

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Until now, the only high-speed cameras capable of million+ frames per second were the scientific ones. But not everyone is interested in dissected frogs. Enter Vision Research with their recently launched Phantom v1610 high-speed video camera that shoots one million frames per second.

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All or nothing, Nokia US puts it all down on Windows Phone

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But what's interest is that Europe is still attracted to low-end devices, but when it comes to the US market, it’s all about the smartphones. And not just any kind of smartphone, but one that it’s worthy to compete with the popular iPhone.

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Timberland Radler trail camping shoes zip into themselves

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Water repellent, durable, light weighted and easy to pack is all you could possibly want from a pair of shoes, especially when talking about camping shoes that need to be packed light. And if they happen to look good besides having all those qualities, it’s even better.

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Nook Back To School Promotion: Free $100 e-Books

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More appealing to parents than to their kids, Barnes&Noble’s Nook e-Book back-to-school promotion is hard to resist; if you purchase the new Nook e-reader you’ll have access to $100 worth books and various study tools for free, ideal for starting the new school year in great shape.

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BlueLounge MiniDock charges your iPhone on the wall

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There are times when you want to play a game or send a text while your phone is charging, and there are times when you just want it to safely charge by not having to leave your iPhone or iPad sitting on the floor for someone to kick.

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