Scientists have figured out how to turn your frown upside down, or your smile to a frown, depending on your mood.
It's a safer, more personal experience – not to mention a great gift for audiophiles.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely is rolling out an app that can teach you about yourself in bite-sized pieces.
A new online tool helps you split chores, rent, bills, groceries and other responsibilities so no one feels cheated.
Escape rooms have gone mobile thanks to Google.
Instantly morph your face into an emoji, thanks to a new app called Memoji.
A new startup is measuring the benefits of using music to treat all sorts of problems, from insomnia to Alzheimer's.
When midday fatigue strikes, technology swoops in and helps you recharge your battery.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely developed a new kind of scale that uses science, not numbers, to help you lose weight.
A behavioral economist was tired of being flooded with emails 24 hours a day. So he studied it, and created an app.
New initiative will create maps and seek safer alternative routes for traveling herds.
Park your car and get on your feet. SideKix is a new app just for pedestrians.
Point this phone at anything, and it'll tell you its chemical makeup – food, medicine, liquids, even your own body.
Economist Dan Ariely shows that notifications are making us more distracted and less efficient.
Warning: What you are about to read may make you extremely hungry.