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Ford Adds Inflatable Seat Belts to New SUVs

Seat belts are the foundation of automobile safety, and they are receiving a high-tech makeover from none other than Ford Motor Company. According to a Ford press release, rear passengers in the company's 2010 Explorers will be the first to experience inflatable seat belt technology. The seat be...

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Knockoff Michael Jackson Cell Phone Redefines Gaudy

When King of Pop Michael Jackson passed away earlier this year, we knew the line of people waiting to profit from his death would be a long one. These bling-tastic exploitations, though, took us by surprise. The Michael Jackson phone, manufactured by a Chinese imitation goods company, is in the ...

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Gift Guide: Garmin Approach G5 GPS Golf Companion

Garmin Approach G5 (Sports Fan, Under $500) To some, the game of golf is nothing more than a good walk spoiled. For the true disciples of the game, it is a test of character and mental fortitude. Both parties agree that it can flat out embarrass you. For those who could use an ace up their ...

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Silk-Silicon Implants Could Connect to Your Brain, Enable LED Tattoos

Biology and technology are increasingly crossing paths these days, so it comes as no surprise that researchers have found a way to literally fuse the two, creating implantable technology for the 21st century. Researchers have developed a new type of super-thin silicon transistor, which can be em...

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iPhone App, Where's My Car?

We love holiday shopping as much as the next person, but we could do without the mammoth parking lots (and our embarrassing inability to navigate them). Honestly, is there anything more demoralizing, after a successful raid on Walmart, than not being able to find your own car when you get outside? W...

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United Airlines Messes With Wrong Traveler... Again

A near celebrity in the eyes of anyone who's logged onto YouTube (or Switched) in past months, Canadian singer David Carroll was less than pleased when United Airlines baggage handlers broke his guitar last summer. United initially refused to pay the $1,200 repair fee, but -- after Carroll's song '...

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'This Is Why You're Fat' Twitter Contest Involves... Eating

With obesity levels rising, the U.S. population's affection for junk food is obvious. In case you needed further proof of our flabby nation's torrid love affair with gut-bombs, we would like to present the Eat N Tweet Challenge. Created by This is Why You're Fat, the Web site dedicated to all th...

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The Science of Mona Lisa's Smile

The subtle complexity of Mona Lisa's sly smirk has captivated generations of casual art enthusiasts, academics, and even scientists. In reality, it is a fine sliver of paint, but in the realm of art, it acts as a monument to the indefinable. But it's time to end the infernal debate: is it a smile...

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Solid Alliance's 'Crazy Earphones' Are Just That

A new line of earbuds from Solid Alliance has drawn attention for its, shall we say, less than palatable designs, and as a public service to our readers, we would like to agree with all the haters. Beauty may reside in the eye of the beholder, but so does ugly. The increasingly derided and aptly...

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Scubacraft Lets You Conquer the Sea, for a Mere $164k

Hybrid automobiles may be the future of mass terrestrial transport, but their vanilla styling and performance simply do not compare to the sheer awesomeness of one new aquatic counterpart. Put it this way, we just don't see James Bond tearing through a foreign metropolis in a Prius. Put Bond in a...

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