Several months after launching the original Headset Buddy PC Headset to Phone Adapter we had customers clamoring for more types of headset adapters. The iPhone users wanted to a 3.5mm TRRS iPhone headset adapter. Blackberry users wanted to use their 2.5mm headset with their 3.5mm smartphone. The requests kept coming in. So much that now [...]
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Shopping for the holidays will almost always expose a person to something they’ve never seen before. Here are some interesting items dotting shopping lists this season from ThinkGeek
Breaking news on Impact Lab today shows what a different world we live in these days. The Kickbee, is a gadget developed by dad-to-be, Corey Menscher, designed to transmist “junior’s” kicking across the internet. Using a system of piezo sensors that monitor in-utero activity while strapped to Mum’s tummy, all that kicking and squirming is [...]
If you’re a “thought leader” or an “idea generator,” you are probably familiar with the problems surrounding the generation and control of ideas. Watch the last 15 seconds or so of this Touchstone commercial for a great visual demonstration of what goes on, not just in communities, but sometimes just within the mind of one highly imaginative or creative individual.
Some buddies & I were debating the other day if more people start businesses during recessions, or during periods of growth. I didn’t have access to yearly data on entrepreneurs, but what I do have is access to the US Patent & Trademark Office data. So if we asked another question, do more people [...]
Have you ever thought of an invention that can actually help people cool themselves during the summer heat? How can you use the summer to brainstorm ways to save people suffering from the heat? As you sip through the glass of ice cool lemonade or iced tea, think about this.
Iced tea was first invented at [...]
Do you have a friend who is a lover of latest gizmos and wants to know everything about what’s coming out? For his or her birthday, don’t spend sleepless nights thinking about what gift to give. Instead, gift the book ‘101 Unuseless Japanese Inventions’. This is regarded as the best coffee table book about the [...]
WARNING: THIS POST GIVES A HEAVY DOSE OF REALITY! PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
Being a business owner in the invention industry, and an inventor myself, I felt I needed to voice – eh hem – vent, some fallacies that are prevalent in the industry. Here is a short list of common misconceptions of people, businesses, and [...]
Last weekend we headed down the road to Austin for the 2007 Maker Faire. This was the first time Make Magazine & O’Reilly Media was doing the show in Austin, and they expected 25k attendees. Inventors, hobbyists, garage tinkerers, robots, and craft makers displayed all their stuff. Everything from art cars, to pedal powered fair [...]
Because we now have blogging capability on the NEW IdeaTango.com, we’re moving the IdeaTango.com blog here. Not only will I continue writing the blog, but now famous inventor of the French Twister, and partner of IdeaTango.com, Lisa Lloyd will be sharing her wisdom on the new blog.
This blog at bryandaigle.com will become my personal [...]