As rates of STDs among young people in the UK continue to rise every year, health officials are developing a computer chip that can diagnose herpes, chlamydia, and more--within minutes.
Google is giving you free Wi-Fi for the holidays, the RockMelt browser means you never have to leave your social networks again, and your phone will soon be able to tell if you have Chlamydia.
The chlamydia epidemic is apparently so severe in the U.K. that local health authorities are offering iPods and laptops as incentives for young people to get tested.
Google is getting you free Wi-Fi for the holidays, the new RockMelt browser makes it so you never have to leave your social networks again, and your cell phone will soon be able to tell you if you have Chlamydia.
Don't drown in candy hearts this year. Instead, raise your geek shields and call on the powers of "Game of Thrones" and Etsy to protect you.
CNET's Laptop and Tablet Editor Scott Stein fills in for Wilson today and chats with us about Black Friday madness, the Muppets movie, and Cyber Monday deals!
The FirstBurst puts a whole new spin on the Royal We. Joking aside, the invention is designed to help doctors in emerging nations do a better job of collecting urine for testing.
The 404 is happy to welcome the host of the On The DL Podcast, Dan Levy, to today's show.