Talk about a win-win: You learn how to eat healthier, and local food banks get much-needed donations.
Researchers at GE are developing a device that could instantly estimate the calories in a plate of food at the press of a button.
The Situ Smart Food Nutrition Scale works in tandem with an iPad app. The kitchen scale keeps track of nutritional information.
The SmartConnect Kitchen Scale from Escali works in tandem with an app via Bluetooth. The system makes it easy to see and track nutritional data.
It's been a busy week for Google, with the company rolling out updates and changes to its services. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Seth Rosenblatt discuss Gmail's face-lift, the music-streaming service soon to be available on iOS devices, and how Google wants to improve your health.
The world's first first-person soda game will also hopefully be the world's last. Welcome to a bizarre world where you wander about in a haze of cheap graphics while sipping a virtual soda.
Microsoft launchs the calorie-counting Kinect PlayFit as a free download for all Xbox Live members.
What revolutionary product will win over consumers at the spring Demo show? From an armband that tracks your calories to a 3D visualizer for your smartphone, correspondent Sumi Das takes a look at the hottest products at the conference.
Underwear uses a special material that makes your butt work harder while you move. All that resistance is supposed to burn more calories than the Hanes you usually wear.
You can already use the iPhone's camera to scan bar codes, identify landmarks, and price-shop goods. Now it computes the calories on your plate as well.