August 14, 2008

Popular Science: Best of What's New

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The good folks at Popular Science are currently getting things together for their annual Best of What's New issue, due out later this year. The issue features the most innovative products of the past year in a variety of categories ranging from Automotive to Home Tech to Engineering. The judging is based on,

the significance of the innovation, the quality of the design and the finished product, the originality of the product, and the ambition and scope of the project.

At the moment, they're looking at potential products and are currently accepting suggestions. So if you are an inventor or a manufacturer (and we know you're out there) interested in submitting your product for consideration, you have until August 24th. To be eligible, a product must have been officially released between 10/1/07 and 9/31/08.

Last year's list is here.

More information on how to submit a product is here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 14, 2008 5:33 AM

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