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Withings Smart Body Analyzer WS-50

The Smart Body Analyzer WS-50 from Withings measures your heart rate as well as your body fat and weight.

By March 20, 2013

MSRP: $149.95


Bentley will build you a car using nothing but your emotions

If nothing else, Bentley Inspirator is the weirdest car configurator out there.

By October 20, 2015


Scientists find color of prehistoric bats by analyzing their fossils

Scientists determine the color of ancient bats based on the shape of the melanin preserved in their fossils. If these bats had their own coloring book, you'd only get to use one or two crayons.

By October 1, 2015


iSperm lets your iPad analyze your swimmers at home

The iSperm device has already been used to spy on the sperm of scores of boars. Soon, it could be used in the same way for men.

By July 20, 2015


Google streamlines privacy controls, analyzes your security settings

The search giant also creates a privacy site that will "candidly" answer user questions on how Google collects data and what it does with all of that information.

By June 1, 2015


Crave giveaway: SwingTracker for analyzing your baseball swing

Looking to be a better batter? Win a free swing-diagnostics tool from Diamond Kinetics that delivers instant data on all aspects of your hitting right to your iPhone or iPad.

By April 17, 2015


Epson enters wearable market, debuts GPS running watch, golf-swing analyzer

The printing company will attempt to tackle a new market with the launch of a series of running watches and a golf-swing analyzer.

By January 5, 2015


Aiming high: Pot entrepreneurs look to Silicon Valley for inspiration

Marijuana startups are imitating companies like Airbnb and Dollar Shave Club as they chase anything related to the weed biz. Getting high is just an app away.

By November 20, 2015


Use Unclouded to analyze storage in Dropbox and Google Drive

Christian Göllner, an XDA member and Android developer, has released an app that helps you find out what's taking up all of your space in Dropbox and Google Drive.

By August 1, 2014


Birth month may correlate to some diseases (bad news, October)

Columbia University scientists find correlations between certain birth months and the risk of contracting 55 diseases. Because birthdays aren't depressing enough on their own.

By June 8, 2015