With the CH4 wearable, now on Kickstarter, the quantified-self movement may have just jumped the shark. Or perhaps flatulence truly is a data gold mine.
Apple passes on gas gags for the smartwatch, as Discover cards join the Apple Pay service. Meanwhile, Jay Z takes to Twitter to defend his Tidal music streaming service.
Apple passes on gas gags for the smartwatch and Discover cards join the Apple Pay service. Meanwhile, Jay Z takes to Twitter to defend his Tidal music streaming service.
A bus in the UK is fueled by biomethane gas, which is produced by both food and human waste. But how bad does it actually smell?
Colin Furze, the crazy inventor of Magneto boots, Wolverine claws, and a Pyro flamethrower, is back with a crazy new stunt straight out of the world of "Monty Python."
Exposure to hydrogen sulfide, commonly found in rotten eggs and human flatulence, could have amazing health benefits in small doses, researchers at the University of Exeter say.
Samsung decides that for its latest Galaxy S4 ad, it's best to charm with babies and their noises and not bother with comparative humor.
Apple has made some big changes to its App Store policies, relaxing restrictions on the tools developers can use to create iOS apps, and revealing guidelines about why apps are rejected.
Today we're talking about which dance moves attract the most women, the REAL stuff white people like according to OKCupid, and Apple's new App Store guidelines!
Cupertino finally allows apps written in other languages but says No to "amateur hour" and more fart simulators. Also, Verizon may ban Google Search from its Android phones; the New York Times will eventually give up on print; and the Web knows how to dance.