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Stefan Micke
 Austria
Suicide Protection for Mobile Phones Printer Friendly Version
Most mobile phones seem to suffer from severe depressions. Owners of cheaper models won't notice, but if yours has a vibration alert, you can put it to the test: Simply place your phone on a high table and dial your own number. See how your phone slowly inches towards the edge and tries to jump off the cliff? Smart manufacturers could put and end to this lemming-like behavior by using a non-vibrating cover (e.g. rubber) for the back of the phone.
Reward: Since I'm not materialistic, a psychiatrist for my phone would do. However, if you're a manufacturer, you might as well present me with an entirely new one (preferably your latest model). Thank you! 

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Gwhiz
 USA
Unbreakable telephone Printer Friendly Version
A portable telephone in a nerf or soft casing that can be tossed playfully to another person to talk. Also should be waterproof to use in the swiming pool (battery powered). All the features of a regular remote household telephone. Can be colorful and imaginative. A ball or animal toy type casing.
Reward: 5 phones. 

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Georgest
 United Kingdom
Mini Printer Printer Friendly Version
When one wants just one label or neat printing on a small piece of card or paper currently one has to print on a large sheet and then cut-away the unwanted paper. Have you ever tried to print on a post-it sheet, impossible.
So how about a small computer printer designed to allow one-off prints of small labels, cards etc., of a maximum size of say a post-it sheet. Not a feed-through type printer, but designed maybe so that you could place the card or slip of paper on the base of the printer and then the hinged printing mechanism is brought into contact with the card/paper. This would avoid the problem larger printers have with small pieces of paper/card being too small in size or too thick for the feed rollers. The printer need only be capable of black printing.
Reward: One of the final working products for free. 

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