Proving there's nothing technology can't solve, LUMOback uses tactile feedback to buzz and nudge you into better posture.
By pacing your breath, HearthMath's Inner Balance aims to shift your heart rhythm to keep stress at bay.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a pedal-powered headlight and phone charger for your bicycle, a smart tank top that shocks you when you fall out of form during an exercise and a smartphone app that provides you with random workout ideas.
When I go running outside, I always have some sort of music playing device with me — either my iPod Nano worn on my wrist or my iPhone worn on my arm. I also usually have an app running that tracks how far I've gone, how fast I've been going and with the iPhone, where I've run, thanks to a GPS app like Runkeeper.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a video game reporter who wound up finding he prefers standing when playing videogames, a round-up of some of the best healthy apps for kids and whether or not a videogame can help teenagers fight depression.
Low fat chocolate is an abomination. Chocolate is more than a flavor: that luscious meltinyourmouthiness comes from giant awesome globs of cocoa butter. You can't get rid of the fat without destroying the essence of chocolate itself, but chemists have instead figured out how to magically replace it, using fruit juice.
In this week's special, giant-sized Olympic edition of Healthy Tech, we look at some of the most interesting tech stories about the Games. In addition, you'll learn about Olympic-sized bandwidth issues affecting people here and in London, learn about some of the tech the athletes and officials use, and we even a list of gadgets that can help you show off your cultural pride.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a pedometer for your canine companion, an iPhone app that could maybe help you diagnose skin cancer and a touchscreen faucet that lets you customize the water you drink at home.
Step aside, there's a new fitness machine in town called the "Horse Riding Fitness Ace Power!" We tried really hard to watch this Korean commercial, but it's practically impossible to not crack up at these fitness trainers gyrating on what is essentially a bike seat strapped to a pair of metal legs.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a fridge gadget that shames you on social networks when you cheat on your diet, a GPS watch geared towards women and the iBike Powerhour for serious and novice cyclists looking to measure their rides.