Traffic updates: Rush Hour in St. Louis

iPOD Sticky Holder

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

(KTVI) – A metro east woman wants to help you get a handle on your iPAD.
In Wednesday’s Patrick’s People, Patrick Clark introduces us to an inventor hoping to get a grip on the tech market.

Dana Askew-Harris and Matthew Covion are holding the Apple of their eyes.

I-sucker is a suction device that we invented to go on the back of your iPAD or any tablet that has a smooth surface.

Dana and her husband Mark from St. Jacob Illinois came up with the eye opening iPAD conversation starter for those who grapple with that apple or tablet.

You like pink don't you

There are other colors in the ergonomic accessorily that might catch on with consumers.

You think of the different things entrepreneurs do.  They think of something.  They have a problem and they create a solution for it.

Askew-Harris had some sketches she took to specialty plastics in St. Peters.

There they manufactured this something for your sore fingers.

You're holding on to it watching Magnum Pi?

How many times have you actually held it like this?  You're holding with one hand and searching with the other.  So then it starts hurting and you're holding it in the palm of your hand.  And your hand is naturally cupped.

I will admit, you can get a better grip of that gadget with this little i-Sucker.

You could be the next Thomas Edison.  I hope so.  Well, Mrs. Thomas Edison.

Who has invented a better widget.