A prototype system consisting of a breath analyzer and an Android app promises to tell users if they are really burning fat, or just working up a sweat.
Reebok and MC10 have unveiled a new piece of wearable tech that could very well help to reduce the number and severity of sports-related head impact injuries.
There might be a cheaper asbestos detector in the future that's portable and works in real-time. And it uses lasers.
About 100,000 people die each year from hospital-borne infection. This simple bracelet could change that.
A pair of reports have shown that a Mediterranean diet is at once a cancer fighter and a brain booster.
The city of New York has just launched an app for Android and iOS designed to serve as a means of tech-powered sexual education for the region's youth.
In a fight that has dragged out for years, local leaders in San Francisco have lost a fight with the cell phone industry to slap warnings on the packing of mobile phones.
Scientists have cured cocaine addiction in rats by stimulating their brains with laser light.
In developing countries, alcohol containing lethal doses of methanol is a problem. This $5 gadget could solve it.
Some studies argue that beer, a notorious dehydrator, could actually be used as a water substitute.