Forbes  Jan 28  Comment 
I've been trying out the Fitbit force and like its ease of use and the data it provides me about my walking and stair climbing.
TechCrunch  Nov 4  Comment 
Although not a lock per se, The Cricket, which is currently running an IndieGoGo crowd funding campaign, is another attempt to bring a smarter approach to securing your bicycle. In that sense, the smart alarm competes with the likes of Disrupt...
CNNMoney.com  Jun 13  Comment 
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Forbes  Apr 15  Comment 
As the name implies, biomimicry is the discipline of designing products by mimicking phenomena that already exist in biology and nature. The best-known example of this approach is Velcro, which was developed in the 1940s by engineer George De...
TechCrunch  Jan 12  Comment 
Lazy-Hands is the epitome of one of those self-made, little-guy CES gems that we love so much. Armed with little more than velcro, a humble booth, and a dash of ingenuity, they managed to catch our eye amongst thousands of competitors who were...
Forbes  Oct 23  Comment 
"He's such a good, smart player and a clutch player,'' said S.F. Giants manager, Bruce Bochy, in describing Marco Scutaro after last night’s pennant-winning game in the soggy rain here in S.F. What part of that praise is most memorable?  Like...
New York Times  Jun 4  Comment 
Cone-shaped cells on most petals act like a surface of Velcro that pollinating bees can cling to, especially when the wind blows strongly, a study finds.
TechCrunch  Nov 19  Comment 
What is it? Is it a messenger bag? Is it a briefcase? How about both? Chrome's Anton laptop bag is equal parts business and play. It comes in both green and black and has a real military feel to it, at least in army green. It may not have the most...
TechCrunch  Nov 16  Comment 
Next up during this year's Bag Week we have the oddly named but delightfully designed Wise-Walker from Nomadic. This Japanese import is a business up front and a party inside.
Forbes  Nov 8  Comment 
What do Velcro, barbed wire, and chainsaws have in common? They were all patterned after structures found in nature.



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