How far would you go to have no body fat? The Rabid Weight Loss parody reminds us the lengths people will go to stay skinny.
The Japanese government is getting behind fuel-cell vehicles in a big way. This follows recent comments from a Toyota executive that battery-powered cars are not the future of long-range alternative fuel cars.
Jawbone already tracks steps, sleep, and even caffeine: now calorie-counting, food-logging and weight loss are being revamped and brought into the fold of Jawbone's intelligent insight-based coaching.
Electrification and efficient drivetrains play a part in increased fuel economy, but making cars lighter delivers the coup de grace.
Some things you just can't make up.
Sony executives tell CNET how they feel about Samsung taking its own marquee feature -- a dust and water-resistant body -- and putting it in the Galaxy S5.
The English town of Stoke-on-Trent decides to text those who are seriously overweight. The intention is to be motivational. But won't it just be annoying?
A study on rats finds that a removable silicone intestinal barrier tube works similarly to far more invasive bariatric surgeries. But will it work in humans?
Half the weight of the current model, the new iPad Air is floating your way on 1 November.
Stanford and Duke will use the new platform to track blood-sugar levels, blood pressure, weight, and other health measurements.