The Beam Brush looks like a chunky vibrating toothbrush, but the chunkiness merely makes way for a AA battery and a Bluetooth chip that wirelessly reports your brushing habits to your smartphone.
Health & Science
While there’s certainly no shortage of wearable health gadgets these days, the $200 Basis watch packs enough fancy sensors that you’d probably look like the hypochondriac version of Robocop if you wore them all separately.
A Silicon Valley startup wants to let you use a phone to check your vital statistics — or even tell you if you’re pregnant.
What if it turned out that what we’ve become, over the course of evolutionary eons, was about more than just an elemental relationship to the stuff that stars and planets and nebulae are made of?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been somewhere you wish you could disappear. You know, just blink right out of existence — push a button on a gadget or whip out an invisibility poncho, then vanish.
This is definitely from the future: a guy, using the power of his mind, literally, to control a bionic leg and climb a skyscraper in Chicago — all 103 floors.
What’s the best way to knock a killer asteroid off a collision course with Earth? Ding-ding if you said “paintball gun.”
Want to keep tabs on Sandy using your phone or tablet? We published this list of hurricane-tracking apps when Irene hit in August of last year. Here it is again, updated and joined by new ones
Imagine a Facebook or Pinterest for women with the chronic disease.
For all the political discord over climate change, one thing everyone can probably agree on is that when you’re throwing computational resources at modeling weather, the more the merrier.
Think of the new computer that just …
When you read about robotics and human assistance devices, the inception-to-commercial-reality arrow usually points from military or space-based research back to civilian applications, say in the health industry. Infrared ear …
You know that scene in the film Contact where the “Machine” is spooling up, its three spinning rings kicking out crazy light and an electromagnetic field powerful enough to pitch nearby Navy battleships sideways, as Ellie (Jodie …