Today on GeekBeat, we check out a sink that washes AND dries your hands, Hello Kitty flies high, two rings that will open your bottles, the huge success of Raspberry Pi, and Surface Pro tablets start to show in stores.
We take a look at a sink that washes and dries your hands, a Hello Kitty doll that went into space, a Swiss Army style ring for men and a superhero ring that can open bottles. Plus, Raspberry Pi nears 1 million and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets start to pop up!
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We have automatic faucets and hand dryers - now James Dyson has a plan to combine them all in one sink called the Airblade Tap.
13-year-old Lauren Rojas sent a Hello Kitty doll nearly 100,000 feet up into the atmosphere and documented the whole thing with GoPro cameras.
The Man Ring wants to be the Swiss Army knife of jewelry with a fold-out blade, comb, bottle opener and more.
Or you could get a 3D-printed ring with your favorite superhero or movie emblem and look impossibly cool as you open bottles with it.
Raspberry Pi has proven to be FAR more popular than its creators expected. They thought they'd move 1,000 - 5,000 units - they're now closing in on 1,000,000 shipped.