Snoring is one of afflictions that's lose-lose for everyone. Nobody likes it when a spouse/roommate unleashes those nocturnal rumblings, and no snorer is a fan of getting poked/hit upside the head with a sneaker. Technology to the rescue: the Snore Stopper looks like a watch, but you strap it on when you go to bed. Equipped with a built-in microphone, it knows when you start snoring and proceeds to quietly hit your wrist with "safe" electric pulses. The pulses are subtle enough to not wake you up, though apparent enough to get you to change your sleep position so you stop with the Darth Vader impression already. It's available online now for $50 to $90, depending where you go. And, hey, it still leaves a wrist free for your Sleeptracker — though c'mon people, let's get these two acts together, hmm?