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This Tiny $100 Bed Charges Your Phone -- and Helped Me Get My Best Night's Sleep in Weeks
The Phone Bed is exactly what you'd expect: A tiny wooden bed with silk sheets, for your phone.
How This Company Is Changing the Personal Transportation Industry
This new vehicle is a combination of a Segway and a wheelchair.
Bone-Conducting Helmet Lets Cyclists Take Calls
The Coros Linx Smart Cycling Helmet uses bone conduction audio to keep riders alert but not bored.
No More Bad Hair Days With This Smart Hairbrush
Withings, L'Oreal and Kerastase teamed up to create the world's first smart hairbrush.
10 Facts About Big Mac Inventor Michael James Delligatti
The McDonald's franchise owner died at 98 this week.
Panasonic's Multilingual Megaphone Translates as You Speak
Simply speak into the microphone and the device takes care of the rest.
Inventors: Do a Patent Search Sooner Rather Than Later
What you find may dash your feelings of originality, but it can also be a roadmap for how to see your idea come onto the market.
These Are Some of the Most Important Inventions of All Time
Find out how passersby on the street answered the question, 'What's your favorite invention?'
Laptop Visionary John Ellenby Dies
John Ellenby's Grid delivered what is widely viewed as one of the first laptop computers, the Compass.
Mom's Constipation Turns Into $30 Million Cult Juggernaut
The Squatty Potty, a simple white plastic footstool that tucks under your toilet, has made one Utah family multimillionaires.
11 Successful Kid Entrepreneurs Keeping Their Eyes on the Prize
To these motivated young hustlers, running a business is practically child's play.
Lori Greiner's 4 Questions to Know Whether Your Idea Is a Hero or a Zero
The serial inventor, Shark Tank star and 'Queen of QVC' shares how to figure out if you're creating a must-have product.
Why Did Elon Musk Just Visit the Pentagon? Oh, Right, to Talk Iron Man Suits. Maybe.
Only the billionaire futurist and Uncle Sam know what went down, but that doesn't mean we can't have fun guessing.
Scientists Made Transparent Wood That's Stronger Than Glass
See-through wood is now a thing.
Have You Ever Seen the Rain? This Entrepreneur Did, and Reinvented the Umbrella.
'I sometimes refer to this as climbing a mountain on roller blades,' the inventor of the 'Nubrella' says of starting his business.