Inventions: Page 10
Creating the right mindset, understanding the reality of invention, double-checking your ego and developing a sense of timing will help you move from having a worthy thought to fulfilling its promise.
Though often lampooned, these long-form commercials are the original viral-marketing success story.
It isn't as cool as sharks with lasers on their heads, but it's pretty close.
The immensely popular Today show has segment for new products but getting selected is about as challenging as creating that gadget you're selling.
Martijn Wismeijer keeps his Bitcoin handy -- right between his thumb and index finger.
Samsung has announced a 3-D, 360-camera that lets people record and create their own virtual reality worlds.
Women filed about a third of all trademarks in recent years but fewer than a fifth of patents. There is help to get everybody's good ideas turned into products.
VIDEO: Watch This Fearless Frenchman Laugh in the Face of Death on a Rocket-Powered Bicycle at 207 Miles Per Hour
If you like your bones, do NOT try this at home.
This high-tech necklace is made out of light and morphs with your every move. You have to see it to believe it.
His invention: A low-cost Braille printer.
A crowdfunding campaign for the Eva Smart Shower launched on Indiegogo this week.
If you have a dream of a new product and fall into one of these three scenarios, Quirky might be a good platform for you.
Want better sleep when traveling? A Finnish startup wants you to try strapping your head to your headrest.
These 'smart' canes use high-tech echolocation to help the visually impaired get around even better.