Hi Tek Toys for Kids – ( TeK-ThinK) Kids toys have changed a lot since my childhood that is for sure but then again so have the toys for adults. GoCams and video drones are just to name a few of the new high tech ( TeK) consumer gadgets that entice consumers these days.

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Floating Drone – ( TeK-THinK) Maybe we should be a little concerned at the speed of development and product introduction of drone technology. It seems like this relatively cheap product that looks like a toy but is not, is really changing our world.

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Japanese Zero Replica – ( TeK-THinK) You can easily and cheaply buy remote control airplanes over the internet or in hobby stores if your only interest is flying them. If you also enjoy building things and modifying the design to personalize the experience even more than you may enjoy this DIY video showing what you […]

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Science for Kids – ( TeK-THinK) For our younger or young at heart fans of technology, here is a light hearted video that explains the science of waves and reveals the power in various types of waves such as sound and light.

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Science Fair Project – ( TeK-THinK) There is no better way to learn something than by doing right. This is the case for these two students as they demonstrate their science fair project last year. The project is too recreate in a box a small tornado. 

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Home Science Experiment ( TeK-THinK) Be careful if you are going to try this experiment at home. Liquid nitrogen will do more that just cause frostbite if you expose your skin to it. This 5th grader shows us the experiment performed in a safe manner. 

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Micro Drone with HD Video ( TeK-THinK) This was not under the christmas for me this year which is really disappointing based on what I see now. I must have been a very bad boy. Drone technology combined with HD video is a combination that is unbeatable as a recipe for fun ( and controversy). […]

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MIT ( Tek-thinK) – Kelvin Doe is an engineering whiz living in Sierra Leone and he is 15 years old. Living in poverty he scours the trash bins for spare parts to learn from and build his inventions. Kevin has used such parts to build batteries, generators and transmitters.

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I Will Have a Coke Please ( Tek-THinK) – Nothing to do this weekend? How about getting yourself some Coca Cola and trying some of these 10 science experiments?

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Explaining Solar Energy ( TeK-THinK) – It is not often that you see someone trying to explain a technical subject using yarn, especially a fairly detailed subject such a solar energy. However the author of this video does a very good job of weaving a story that helps us to understand the topic.

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