Structured like an app store, new site presents itself as a lesson plan marketplace for everything from fitness to language learning. Note to founders: you've got your work cut out for you in keeping the scam artists out.
CEO of SpaceX and Tesla suggests superintelligent machines might one day decide the solution to spam is a world devoid of humans.
Soon, we'll want to use wearable tech to express everything. Famed chocolate maker Cadbury is ahead of the trend.
With the Spreadsheets app, you can get your score for every carnal performance in the quest, perhaps, for self-improvement.
Scores of comments posted to CNET ridiculed people who spent days waiting to buy a cell phone. Tomorrow the iPhone 5 goes on sale and likely it is the critics who will seem out of touch.
Two startups on the edge of the "Quantified Self" movement give you feedback on how you walk, move, stand, and sit to make you a more self-aware and healthier person.
At one point considered threatened due to the arrival of Facebook Questions, the Q&A service has seen a remarkable uptick in usage over a matter of days. Why?
One Facebook addict's self-improvement project is another's snub. A sudden break from your social network--virtual or otherwise--can create some social minefields. Here's how to avoid them.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds research into how the Wii and other interactive games can improve the rehab of stroke victims or help ward off the freshman 15.
Companies targeting a large retiree market with money and time to spare could result in better features for all. Images: Tech for the aging technocrat