The ever-innovative folks at MIT's Media Lab are working on a prototype product, "Tastes Like Rain," that would dispense toothpaste flavors according to the weather.
The company's new mobile app aims to make you buy your most-used products faster than ever before. Here's how your household items -- and a bit of augmented reality -- could help the retail giant's bottom line.
Amazon.com has instant coupons you can use to save money on many items in different categories including, books, electronics, and toys.
A lubricant called LiquiGlide, developed initially at MIT, is the potential savior for all those frustrated by bottles of ketchup, shampoo, lotion, and everything else where there's always something left behind.
Developed to make video recordings more intuitive and fun, the app lets users edit together various scenes with music and filters.
International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield shows the world how astronaut's clean their chompers in orbit.
San Francisco business serves up made-to-order ice cream with a machine -- developed by the shop owner -- that runs on liquid nitrogen and uses fresh ingredients without the stabilizing ingredients found in pre-made products.
The advantage of Amazon’s subscription service is the convenience of getting your products in two days. CNET takes a look at whether or not it's worth it.
The founder of Ideo, a longtime friend of Apple's co-founder, is a pioneer of "design thinking." He opens up to CBS' Charlie Rose on "60 Minutes."
Nanotechnology could remove the finger prick from the daily routine of people with diabetes with an injectable gel that monitors blood-sugar levels and automatically secretes insulin.