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Lexus Reveals Neo Xtreme Bike Concept at Tokyo Motor Show

Erik Adler is the Editorial Director for Alpha Brand Media. An avid cyclist, when he's not working he can be found restoring vintage bikes for his …

Alarm Clock’s Simple Flip Gesture Helps Gently Wake You Up

Unless your circadian clock is naturally set early, there’s no good way to wake up. Designers have been doggedly trying to find a better way to get us up in the morning and we’ve seen some stellar attempts at alarm clocks, like the Aura, a smart alarm that uses colored lighting to ease you in and …

A Designer Shaves His Beard Into Every Letter Of The Alphabet

Various beard styles can subtly communicate lots of things: that you might be a wizard, that you have a lot of soul, or that you are trying to pretend you have a chin, to name but a few.<p>With Alphabeard Beardface, New York-based designer Michael Allen takes the communicative powers of facial hair to …

U.S. Spied on More Than 300,000 AT&T Customers in 2013

AT&T re­ceived 301,816 de­mands for cus­tom­er data from loc­al, state, and fed­er­al law-en­force­ment of­fi­cials in 2013, the com­pany an­nounced …

Babies Who Eat Too Well May Be On The Path To Obesity

Parents love it when their babies are good eaters, whether it's polishing off a bottle or happily grabbing bits of pasta. But researchers think babies who chow down with gusto might be setting themselves up for obesity later on.<p>By looking at pairs of twins, researchers were able to separate a …

Missouri Execution Stalled Over Lethal Drugs In Short Supply

A few years ago, Missouri, like other states, was having trouble finding lethal execution drugs. Europe was balking, and U.S. drug manufacturers didn't want a part of it.<p>So Missouri turned to a place called a compounding pharmacy to make up the needed drugs based on the ingredients. Missouri …