New and Noteworthy: Apple: Selling the razors, giving away the blades; more
Super-sturdy razor is blasting the competition out of the water with titanium construction, sapphire blades, and a hefty price tag. It will make disposable razors whimper and go hide.
A cheap, hilarious, viral video is the vanguard of a new company that sells razors and blades to consumers.
Singles e-books, which are shorter than full-length novels but longer than magazine articles, have grown in popularity in the 14 months they've been available.
Los Angeles-based startup MeUndies.com arrives online with subscription service for designer underwear.
Have we arrived at the point at which new game consoles are not required?
Give away the cell phone, sell the monthly plan; make the videogame console cheap and sell expensive games--it's the business model we're hooked on.
The gadget gods at Thanko have come out with a USB soldering iron. It heats up to nearly 930 Fahrenheit if used with a 9V battery, and 390-570 F when used with USB.
RC indoor helicopters have been annoying cats and crashing into expensive home electronics for years, but Swann's new line of radio-controlled choppers uses a souped-up gyro technology for better stability.
Vehicles with sensor-driven magnetic devices on their underside suck up energy as they travel over the strips embedded just under the road surface.