The drug-coated tampons used in the study may not be the highest-tech gadget of 2009 but will likely come as a great relief to women who suffer the monthly pain of menstruation.
The iPhone serves as an attractive platform for apps targeted at men who want to keep track of womens' menstrual cycles.
Bodyform, a UK company that makes menstrual pads, has issued a fabulous response via YouTube to a male complainer.
Design student envisions a device made of medical-grade silicone that makes it easy for women to collect their menstrual stem cells.
Thanks to a new-3D printing system developed by an Israeli couple, 3D-printed clothing that acts and feels like cloth could be on the way. First stop: disposable Reg Grundies for women.
Glow, the app founded by Max Levchin that helps women trying to conceive, announces a partnership with popular app MyFitnessPal to try to increase the odds of conception.
Not everything in today's show is about the "lady parts." That doesn't stop it from being awkward for the gents who might be listening. Not to mention, the gent who helped produce the show.
Amazon's new Android app store will "help customers find and discover" apps -- and before applying the blunt weight of its marketing it'll run them through its approval process.
Which would you rather give up for a week, your toothbrush or your iPhone? We welcome CNETer Kenley Bradstreet back on the show today to help us answer this hypothetical question, and more.