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What's a zit's life span? ScanZ aims to help clear that up

Device takes transdermal images, which are sent to a smartphone app and then run through algorithms developed at the Mayo Clinic that help predict when zits are likely to disappear.

By November 7, 2013


The lazy way to unsubscribe from annoying e-mail lists

RemoveMe is a new tool that allows you to get rid of annoying commercial e-mails without leaving your inbox.

By December 20, 2013


Bye-bye blemishes? Luna mini vows to clean your face better

Foreo promises that contraption combining sonic pulses with a silicone brush is six times more effective than washing the face by hand.

By January 10, 2013


Top movies not out on Blu-ray: 'Chariots of Fire' off the list

We've been maintaining a list of top movies not out yet on Blu-ray. "Chariots of Fire" is the latest title to get crossed off.

By July 11, 2012


The 404 1,010: Where we've got some pi in our eye (podcast)

Happy pi day! To celebrate, we're spending the entirety of today's 60-minute podcast episode reciting pi to the 10,000,000th digit.

By March 14, 2012


Skin of Mine helps monitor moles, skin conditions

The Web site and app allow users to upload photos of moles and other skin conditions to measure and monitor any changes and to consult with a dermatologist within 24 hours.

By May 24, 2011


The bike that expresses its feelings

Precious is a bike that is equipped with sensors that reveal just what it is thinking and feeling. It is currently crossing America in aid of the Livestrong charity.

By August 15, 2010


Zeno zaps zits

A device that 'burns' off acne

By January 30, 2007


Twitter quietly grows up; handles its scandal

While no one was looking, Twitter grew up. Amid an outage on a scale its users had not seen in months, the microblogging site shows how it has reached tech maturity.

By June 23, 2012


Photos: Top five items ruined by Swarovski crystals

Swarovski crystals seem to share certain properties with acne. They appear to crop up on everything at some point in its life, and no one suffering from them ever appears to be happy.

By February 6, 2009