Researchers at the University of Tokyo make a super-thin sensor that can go inside diapers to alert caretakers when it's time for a change.
Japanese company is convinced that used diapers are a sustainable new energy source. Super Faiths sells diaper recycling machines that turn nappies into fuel for biomass boilers and stoves.
How green is your trash can? Recycling firm TerraCycle has created plastic garbage cans out of chip bags. The process reportedly produces about 40 percent less CO2 emissions compared with virgin plastic.
Kiva Systems' inventory robots are invading Amazon.com-owned warehouses via the e-commerce powerhouse's recent acquisitions.
There's a little panic over the fact that Bing's market share dropped last month, but you have to remember folks, Bing is young. Rafe puts it in perspective for us. Also Kindle gets a price cut and goes worldwide, yo. That's big.
There's a little panic over the fact that Bing's marketshare dropped last month, but you have to remember folks, Bing is young. Rafe puts it in perspective for us. Also Kindle gets a price cut and goes worldwide, yo. That's big. What is also big is the keylogger network that's hijacking everyone's web mail accounts. We can help you out with that a bit.
Photobucket dumps photos of babies in diapers from the site, claiming they violate terms of service that prohibit posting images of nudity.
Instead of frightening you with futuristic, intrusive flying machines, Groupon decides there's a better way to give you faster deliveries.
Did you know your little angel's in need of a diaper change? Then maybe you need to spend more time on Twitter.
New disposable diapers making a run on Indiegogo test a baby's pee to track urinary tract infections, dehydration, or kidney woes.