A kids' version of eyeglass lenses that can be adjusted with a twist of the dial gets a design nod, hopefully bringing the low-cost specs one step closer to the developing world.
The new H2 watch from the Hydromechanical Horologists uses a unique bellows to pump liquid around the dial to indicate hours.
The online artisan e-commerce site updates its Prohibited Items list, banning "the sale of human bones" and certain thermometers because of the "corrosive and toxic properties of mercury."
The AirStrap Med iPad case not only keeps bodily fluids at bay, but can be controlled while wearing latex or nitrile gloves.
Biomedical engineers at UC Davis unveil a plug-in interface they compare to USB to connect microfluidics to electronic devices for biological and chemical testing on the go.
A start-up called FHTML hopes its software will let traditional Web programmers tap into the power of Flash more easily. It's not a free lunch, though.
Two apps break Web 2.0 sites and services out of the browser.
Liquids cool best when right next to a hot surface. Irish researchers are taking that to the next logical step.
New version of the Photoshop plug-in for selecting objects in images now has multiprocessor support and functions as a standalone application.
Power Mac G5 (liquid-cooled): Fluid leaks