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Popular Science Names Best Innovations of 2005

Popular Science Names Best Innovations of 2005

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(KSL News) -- Popular Science magazine has named the "Best Innovations of 2005."

Magazine editors reviewed thousands of products to pick the one hundred best gadgets and gizmos.

Mark Jannot, Editor, Popular Science Magazine: "The technologies that I call, sort of transformative technologies, transfor your life, transform the categories that they're in."

On the top of the list are bubbles that won't stain when they pop, a luxury car with night vision and radar, and a robotic vaccum which can wash floors.

Editors placed each product in one of 12 categories.

For a complete list of this year's winners you can find a link to Popular Science to the right of this story.

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