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It didn't take long for those "Will it Blend?" videos to get long in the tooth. You can only watch so many smartphones being torn to shreds before the novelty wears off. But to celebrate the birth of his 40th grandkid, Tom Dickson tosses a mountain of magnetic Buckyballs into the blades and the results are as spectacular as they are incredibly dangerous to try at home. Seriously, don't try this at home.

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You might think that your blender is just a glorified mixer — but you couldn't be more wrong. In fact, your blender exploits some interesting scientific concepts to break down your food, and these slow-motion videos help explain how it works.

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The staff over at Food Republic spend their days obsessing about all the delicious things that go into our stomach. So it makes sense they'd know what gadgets are best suited to the creation of good food. And now that the weather has cooled off, they've turned their attention to warm foods...

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Anyone with a boat powered by a vintage Johnson motor will tell you that a well-maintained outboard engine can last decades. When its does finally die, don't discard it. Convert it into the best-looking blender ever.

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What happens when you put an iPad in a blender? For all of you who've been expressing your dislike for the past few weeks: catharsis. Catharsis and dust.

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The opening question in any serious empirical research is "Will it blend?" But here's a German artist who felt that her art should begin with a slightly different question: "How will it blend?"

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It's Saturday. The hung over day after our Giz Gallery reader meetup, which went on late into the night with some Pizza and Xbox on the 103 inch TV with Giz Alum Benny Goldman doing his best Biggie Smalls karaoke. (Uh, if anyone got photos of any of last night's debauchery, could you email them to me? I forgot to take photos.) Chris and I are just finishing sweeping the floors and we're ready to have more guests look at our wonderful and weird collection of gadgets. It's all to help buy Toys for Tots. If you're in NYC, you have to come down. If not to see the big TV and say hello, then at least to see our special events that are happening today and today only.

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Before you ask, yes it does blend—and it does it all wirelessly. This isn't the first time we have heard about Fulton Innovation's eCoupled intelligent wireless power system, but is the first time the technology has been demoed with a high powered device. eCoupling uses inductive coupling, which transfers energy from one device to another through a shared magnetic field. In this case, we see an eCoupled-enabled countertop pairing with a modified blender.

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The original iPhone with its metal back couldn't survive the Blender's assault, so what chance does this iPhone 3G's plastic spine have? Zero. Then again, has anything ever failed to blend properly? I'd say these guys need a new shtick but we keep linking and you keep clicking so I guess I'm not actually as apathetic about the whole stunt as I feel at the moment..*watching*..Ok, that's still cool.