Evincii launches its second PICKKA app for health and wellness, this one guiding users through grocery shopping to better meet specific health and dietary needs.
Jill Schlesinger carefully explains Bitcoin to The 404 guys so that their brains do not explode.
This 147-page guide might help take some of the mystery out of Windows 8 -- like why there's no Start button in Desktop mode.
On today's show, the sad news that even those of you who are grandfathered in to AT&T's unlimited plans will be subject to throttling. sorry. Also, Adobe tries to future-proof itself with a new HTML5 Web animation tool, the darknet is not your mom's social network, and RIM doesn't make pizzas.
Why should car dummies have all the fun? Canadian engineering students build what they say is the first crash test dummy for bikes.
Researchers use computer algorithms and a new testing model to design hearing aids that are built to address the causes, not symptoms, of hearing impairments.
Sterling-silver chopstick device makes eating sushi much simpler.
Grill Charms are a simple and easy way to differentiate between the rare steak for dad and the well-done steak for finicky uncle Al.
This Web video takes a look at crash dummies and how they help with vehicle safety.
Ever wanted to make an iPhone app without signing up to be an Apple developer? Two DemoSpring start-ups are offering just that.