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If you’ve never experienced a tech-related trade show before, you’re in for a treat. Attending a trade show is a wonderful way to see what’s new in the world of technology, exchange ideas with others and even showcase some of your own products. However, attending a trade show can also be overwhelming. Many of the larger events include tens of thousands of visitors, so it’s important to be prepared so you can make the most of your limited time. Read More →

Unusual Google Searches By State

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I’ll admit it, I’ve searched some crazy and random stuff since the invention of the search engine.  Do you ever wonder what your neighbors are searching for while they browse the web? If so, here is a US map which shows ’embarrassing’ search terms that each state has made significantly more than all other states during the past 11 years. Read More →

Manimals – Taxidermy Art By Kate Clark

Kate Clark Taxidermy

Kate Clark, an artist, is not your average taxidermist. Her take on taxidermy is unusual and captivating. Her work involves sculpting human faces on the animals she uses which evokes curiosity to anyone who sets their eyes on her artwork.  If someone had described her artwork to you without actually seeing it, the image that appears in the mind would be quite creepy for the majority of us. But what you see is not quite as scary or creepy as you’d expect. Read More →

Top 5 Sci-Fi Lab Total Disasters

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Everyone loves a good science experiment. Without science and those driven, eccentric scientists where would we be today? You wouldn’t be reading this blog or even sitting under a light, that’s for sure. Read More →

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At first glance, you’d be forgiven for thinking that kids’ films and adult films were two separate genres; however, the success of witty, knowing features such as Despicable Me, The Lorax, Frozen and Megamind has changed the movie landscape entirely. Family-friendly films have always been popular with Hollywood because their target demographic is so vast, but with their filmic references, dry humor and quick delivery, the new breed of animated features appeal to the geek in us all more than ever. Read More →

Ultimate SUV: 2015 Volvo XC90

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Choosing an SUV is no easy task these days since there are dozens of options available to consumers. If you are loyal to a specific brand, it may be an easy choice but I think most people are pretty open to brands from all over the world. Volvo has this stigma that their vehicles are for old people and a brand that seems to be overlooked by many. The company has been making some major changes over the last few years and team over at Volvo has created a guide to buying an SUV.

The all-new 2015 Volvo XC90 SUV would be my weapon of choice if I picked an SUV from the Swedish automaker. The Volvo XC90 has the same design features which were seen on the XC Coupe Concept last year with the T-Shaped LED lights referred to by Volvo as “Thor’s Hammer”. Read More →

Vileda Cordless Bagless Dusting Robot

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These days everything is turning into smart something, so why should vacuum cleaners be left behind. Vileda is a cordless, bagless vacuum cleaner that does the cleaning for you while you are relaxing after a long day at work. This tiny rechargeable robot has a smart navigation system that allows it to cover all hard floor types as well as short pile carpets. The robot can clean into corners, edges and under furniture where space allows. Read More →

Camera Lens vs The Human Eye

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You know what I find absolutely amazing? The human eye. It’s a beautiful piece of engineering shaped through millions of years of evolution here on Earth. It allows us to see, yes… but it’s also the window to our soul. Striking and unique to each of us. Read More →