Use technology to force -- er, motivate -- your workouts.
When a package containing heroin, marijuana and tobacco lands in a prison yard, things go pretty much the way you'd expect.
No more slacking in PE -- at least not in the schools in Dubuque, Iowa. Starting this year, the district will require students to wear the devices.
Thanks to some makers in London, the classic coiled-metal spring toy Slinky now has its own treadmill.
Having a friend hold you accountable for your gym visits can be a terrific motivator. So how about an app?
It's kind of like a poor-man's Roku 3 remote, but also way cooler.
A woman has her gym membership revoked because, the gym says, she kept using her cell phone on the machines.
Kenshiro, born at the University of Tokyo, represents the latest attempt to create a musculoskeletal machine that moves like a human. Who needs a head?
A futuristic body-drying gadget goes in for crowdfunding with the goal of getting rid of towels once and for all.
Prototype setup includes earbuds that measure both acceleration and heart beat to calculate how hard you're working, and an app that grabs the best songs to keep you at your target heart rate.