A Swiss startup wants to revolutionize reproductive health with a wristband that pinpoints a woman's fertility window.
LinkedIn will keep its "distinct brand, culture and independence," both companies say. Microsoft, meanwhile, would get a peek at your work history and connections.
New fitness tracker improvements and iOS message-reply modes come to the latest firmware, plus a lot of new fitness graphs in the phone app.
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The image-heavy social media site rolls out a new iOS app that attempts to do what Amazon can't: personalized fashion recommendations for each of its users.
The world's largest social network extends the capabilities of its search feature from desktop computers to mobile devices. But will it make a difference?
Looking to be transparent, the US government agency brings data-driven energy usage charts, which include everything from crude oil production to wind generation to gasoline prices, to the web.
A design student turns to Kickstarter to fund a bizarre project with the goal of graphing the deliciousness of a chicken burrito.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg promises a mobile version of the social network's unconventional search engine and slips in a little dig directed at Google.