iUnika’s new netbook is an inexpensive alternative for anyone who wants a basic system. The Gyy has a mini 8-inch screen, 128MB RAM, a 400mhz processor and weighs only 1.5 lbs. The best part is that its body is composed of bioplastics and recyclable biodegradable material that was made from starch and cellulose. The mini-computer is equipped with solar panels and has a MSRP of only $180.00. Look for the Gyy in June or July.
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Scientists have finally created a water-soluble gum that won’t stick to the inside of your stomach or the bottom of your shoe. Revolymer’s Terence Cosgrove claims that Clean Gum tastes great, won’t adhere to hair or clothing, and is biodegradable. The gum is created with the addition of a polymer making it less gooey. It will become available commercially in 2008. We wonder if we will still be able to blow bubbles that won’t stick to our faces when they pop. Check Revolymer’s site to watch the gum in action.
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