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Magic Pillow Nudges You Awake When You Snore
I say “you” in the headline, but you and I both know that we’re talking about your spouse here.
What 2014 Might Look Like for Google
Ars Technica’s Ron Amadeo has a thoroughly thorough roundup of the things that Google is either known to be working on or believed to be working on this year.
Are Video Games Good or Bad? Kids Weigh In
One kid really likes her playstoiton3.
Proposed Child Car Seat Regulations Could Save Your Child’s Life in a T-Bone Crash
A government regulatory upgrade would require child car seats to protect children from both injury and death in side-impact crashes.
Google’s Diabetes Contacts Are Cool, but I’d Rather Just Have a Cure
Hi, my name is Doug and I’m worth a small fortune to the pharmaceutical industry.
Lumo Lift: Wearable Gadget Buzzes When You’re Not Sitting Up Straight
Look at you: all slumped over in your office chair. You look like a human banana, if I’m being completely honest. That can’t be good for your back.
How a TIME Article Led to the Invention of a $100 3D-Printed Artificial Limb
This prosthetic arm can be produced in around six hours.
High-Tech Mimo Onesie Tracks Baby’s Vitals and More
We still don’t know a lot about the specific causes of SIDS, but there’s hope that new monitoring technology can help parents better combat it.
With Up24, Jawbone’s Fitness Wristband Goes Wireless
Bluetooth and a new app make its coaching more personal.
Report: Over 1,000 Chinese Students Forced to Build PlayStation 4 at Foxconn Plant to Graduate
Reports claim students were required to build PS4s to receive course credit.
Which New Activity Tracker Is Right for You?
You can buy an inexpensive pedometer to gauge your steps, but a slew of new self-tracking devices are available that do so much more.