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Food Hack – How to Crack an Egg!

Believe it or not, the guys over at About.com show you the “right way” to crack on egg by cracking it on a flat surface instead of edge of a bowl like how I do it.

It’s interesting to note that some people probably don’t know even how to do that yet.

Don’t worry, if worse comes to worse, use my method is to crack the whole egg and use the shell too like Nick Vujicic, I am sure shell has some great protein.

But in short, it’s best to

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DIY – How to Hack a USB Laser Air Purifier!

video://www.metacafe.com/watch/785385/usb_laser_air_purifier_lamp/

Check out this cool DIY on how to make your own USB Laser air purifier.  I guess lasers can clean the air  pretty good huh?

I’d like to see this DIY with green lasers though, maybe that will be even more powerful.

Laser can refresh your air by kill the bad bacteria and fungus in the air.You can make a cool lamp too. All with the usb power.

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New Sub Zero Refrigerator Filters Bacteria and more!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX4SnffvyMI

Check out the new Sub Zero refrigerator which is capable of self-filtering and self-cleaning.

It features a NASA designed filtration system that replenishes the air every 20 minutes while eliminating bacteria, odors, and microscopic contaminants. That means food will stay fresher for a longer period of time (and your fridge won’t smell like an open sewer). The Built-In Fridge series is slated for a fall release in an array of styles, but no pricing details have been announced.

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Floating Bath Tub Disinfectant

Believe it or not, your bathtub is probably filled with lots of bacteria including some urine.  (Urine does help fight athlete’s foot, did you know?)

Here’s floating bath tub disinfectant that will clean your tub of those dirty bastards.

An ideal gadget for eco-friendly Japanese as after the bath the device disinfects the water completely in a couple of minutes so it can be reused again. The onboard LED starts blinking as soon as the water is completely disinfected. The unit measures 86×86×110mm, weighs 250 grams and will be a

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Ultrasonic Toothbrush!

Well, today is an ultrasonic week for zedomax.com and here’s Ultrasonic toothbrush to keep you from getting cavities.

The Ultrasonic Toothbrush is the only toothbrush on the market that offers the unique benefits of patented ultrasonic wave technology to attack plaque and bacteria 5mm below the gumline. Dozens of recent studies indicate that brushing with a power toothbrush is superior to manual brushing. Using deep-penetrating ultrasonic waves and 18,00

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Win a Free Halo UVX, a Ultraviolet Vacuum (Worth $400!)

Yes, for some reason, we caught fire with people behind the products we cover. Couple weeks ago, we had a product submission from Halo Technologies for their Halo UV Vacuum. So somehow we were able

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What is Nanotechnology? Plus: EPA to Regulate Nanoproducts Sold As Germ-Killing

Getting back to some serious side of technology, we will randomly dive into nanotechnology.

What is nanotechnology?

Here’s a good Google video on nanotechnology explaining what it is:

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The Environmental Protection Agency has decided to regulate a large class of consumer items made with microscopic “nanoparticles” of silver, part of a new but increasingly widespread technology that may pose una

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