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InventHelp Client Patents “Edge Up” – Invention Could Offer Efficient Solution for Hair Maintenance – YAHOO!

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New invention could ease winter blues – PhysOrg

The Radfan is attached to household radiators and helps to spread heat more evenly around the room, meaning the thermostat can be turned down, shaving money off heating costs. Roland Glancy and Simon Barker, post-graduates from Newcastle …
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Ivan claims his new invention could cut 10% off petrol bills – This is Derbyshire

A DERBYSHIRE inventor believes he has come up with a device that will help motorists deal with record petrol prices. Ivan Laud, 72, of Ashbourne, has come up with the Zero-Force Saver – a device which, he says, drivers can fix to their dashboard and …
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New Printing Technology Could Lead to Tire Masterpieces – Tire Review

Tire sidewalls could take on a whole new look thanks to a new invention by Bridgestone Corp. The tiremaker announced today that it has developed a “new printing technology for tires” that will help reduce overall tire weight while allowing designers to …
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Pillow Talk could connect long-distance lovers in a new way – NECN

(NECN/CNN: Jeanne Moos, New York) – It’s hard to be separated from the one you love. But a new invention could make it possible for you to hear your mate’s heartbeat while you sleep. Jeanne Moos has more. You’re all by your lonesome, and your significant …
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Smartphone battery life could dramatically improve with new invention [Michigan Chronicle (MI)] – TMCnet

(Michigan Chronicle (MI) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) A new “subconscious mode” for smartphones and other WiFi-enabled mobile devices could extend battery life by as much as 54 percent for users on the busiest networks. University of Michigan …
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