Nobody seems to get enough zzz's anymore. Omron has two new gadgets designed to monitor and help improve your sleep.
Bluetooth 4.0 and iOS/Android support are welcome updates to a helpful blood-pressure accessory.
If you've ever wanted to parachute into a castle with a camel, then the Sigmund iOS app is for you. It aims to sculpt your dreams with words whispered while you sleep.
To sleep, perchance to dream -- and have those dreams turned into music by new software out of Finland's University of Helsinki.
Kickstarter backers are big dreamers. The Remee Lucid Dreaming Mask is racking up the pledge dollars by offering a way to help you control your nighttime mental ramblings.
Making industry cleaner is, to an extent, a data problem. Two IBM projects rely on data-gathering sensors to make shipping and electricity distribution more efficient.
Ok, we've had it with one-off toilet tech. This week's episode is dedicated to the customizable shower-curtain Web sites, MP3-playing mirrors, and area-trimmers that make the bathroom oh-so-special.
Intel's Atom processor was prominently displayed in systems at a conference in Japan. Next-generation X4500 graphics also made an appearance.
A quick perusal of Amazon's top sellers in the health and personal care store shows that various face masks occupy the first three places. Are people scared?
New members, including Vodafone, have joined the organization aimed at further developing the Android operating system.