|July 5, 2006|
Say No to Drunk Dialing: The Breathalyzer Cell Phone
Raise your glass to cell phone manufacturer LG who plans to release a phone that keeps drunk users from dialing specific numbers.
|July 6, 2006|
Double Agent Sells Secret Formula
Capturing double agents is all in a day's work for the FBI. But this time they brought an end to an especially sweet betrayal.
|July 7, 2006|
Real-life Superheroes Take to the Streets|
What happens when real-life superheroes emerge in our cities, fighting crime in full costume with bona fide superhero names? .
|July 10, 2006|
How to Trade a Paperclip for a House|
Most people seek a mortgage when they're ready to buy a house. Not Kyle McDonald -- all he needed was one red paperclip.
|July 14, 2006|
The Ultimate in All-terrain|
The Hyanide is a personal vehicle capable of performing the tasks of a dirt bike, snowmobile and a four-wheeler.
|July 17, 2006|
Net Neutrality Primer|
Chance are you've heard of the net neutrality, but what is it? If you're looking for help understanding the issue, check out this net neutrality primer.
|July 18, 2006|
Blog of the Week: Jalopnik.com|
Check out our interview with Michael Spinelli of Jalopnik, a blog devoted to all things automobile, to learn about professional blogging.
|July 19, 2006|
A Web of Deceit: Digging Into Your Pockets|
Grand theft auto, murder, diamond smuggling and espionage...these days, companies will do anything to get your business.
|July 20, 2006|
Good Vibrations: Getting Buff without Weights|
Technology is supposed to take the work out of work, right? Now it's supposedly taking all the work out of exercise.
|July 21, 2006|
Inflatable Space Hotel, At Your Service|
Robert Bigelow plans to expand his chain of hotels to the moon with inflatable structures made of carbon and Kevlar.
|July 24, 2006|
Blog of the Week: Toothpaste for Dinner|
Check out our interview with "Toothpaste for Dinner" creator Drew, whose blog/Web comic averages around 1 million visitors each day.
|July 25, 2006|
Paid Vacation: Send Your Android Clone to Work|
If Ferris Bueller had an android clone, Mr. Rooney would never have found him out. Learn how professor Hiroshi Ishiguro manages to be in two places at once.
|July 27, 2006|
Street Wars: "Assassins" Compete in London|
Are water blasters just for kids? Not according to "Street Wars," a game in which you take out your opponent with a squirt of water.
|July 28, 2006|
The Ant Bully: The Backyard You Never Knew|
"The Ant Bully" is the second CGI film this summer to be available for viewing in IMAX 3D, an innovative technology in 3D viewing.
|July 31, 2006|
Blog of the Week: TechCrunch.com|
There's a lot of innovation happening on the Web right now. TechCrunch.com, a blog about startups, helps you find out about it.