When you say "Hello Moshi", your alarm clock will answer back!

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Atif Shamim is a PhD student at Carleton University in Ottawa and he has developed an innovative way to make rechargeable batteries last up to 12 times longer.

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ATOMIC have introduced a new and innovative product for the 2008-2009 ski season. It’s the D2 Doubledeck™, billed as “the world’s first ski to automatically adapt to any skiing situation”.

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The Rubik’s 360 has six coloured balls inside an inner plastic sphere. The objective is to manoeuvre the balls and get them into six matching slots on the outer surface.

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Disney and U.S. Music Corp have recently partnered to develop Disney Star Guitarist. This is a real guitar that connects to your computer via USB and has coloured strings that are strummed according to what is displayed on the screen.

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The JetLev-Flyer is similar in concept to the jet packs we are more familiar with, but with one huge difference… it runs on water.

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The Cajun Crawler is the brainchild of Louisiana engineering student Don Tamosaitis. It uses two 18 V hand drill motors to power 6 pairs of small mechanical legs. A rider, standing or sitting on a platform, can travel at a speed of 2-3 mph.

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Ted Ciamillo intends to make a solo crossing of the Atlantic… underwater!

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Since the age of 10, engineer Richard Jenkins has been designing what he calls "radical contraptions". His latest creation is Greenbird, a carbon fibre land yacht built in partnership with the wind turbine manufacturer Ecotricity.

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Essex U. and BMT Group are now planning to release 5 robotic fish off the coast of Spain. About the size of a seal, each fish will be equipped with sensors designed to detect spills, leaks and other types of pollution.

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