Apple wants to keep you healthy and check your blood with Healthbook app

While Healthbook was already rumored to launch with iOS 8, its functionality will go simply past tracking your activity and heart rate. It will reportedly track your glucose levels, as well as blood oxygen levels.

Forget the ‘As Seen on TV’ gadgets, Runtastic promises six-pack abs from an app

One of the illusive marks of a fit person is the ripped set of six pack abs. A new version fitness app Runtastic Six Pack 2.0 promises to get you ripped one day at a time. Your results may vary.

Google patents radial menu: Android could get its own right mouse click

Google is interested in a radial menu design for Android, based upon a new patent discovered detailing the very technology. The new menu system is designed to allow finger-based selections and even submenu controls from the new menu design.

Moto X is one of our favorite phones: 12 tips and tricks to make the most of yours

Looking to push your Moto X to the limit and show off what makes it special? Come on inside for a quick bit of schooling on some of the less obvious features and shortcuts. These Moto X tips will make your life better.

Google Play to get gaming leaderboards, friend gifting, and more

Google is looking to ramp up functionality on Google Play, announcing a slew of new features at the GDC including leaderboards and gifting via social media. These features come in a new SDK that developers will soon update their apps with.

The Galaxy S5 avoids being labeled a medical device, despite built-in heart rate sensor

The Galaxy S5, which is equipped with a heart rate monitor, has avoided being classed as a medical device in South Korea, ensuring it won't require additional approval before going on sale next month.

Another Flickr redesign on the way – slicker and waves bye-bye to Yahoo toolbar

Less than a year after it had a major makeover, Flickr looks set for another redesign in the coming weeks, bringing with it a slicker interface and emphasized sharing options. The much-criticized Yahoo toolbar will reportedly be dumped…

Gimmick or next big thing? The verdict is still out on curved phones

Samsung and LG both have curved phones out now, but is it a return to better ergonomics in phones, or a useless trick meant to merely set the phones apart?
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Google Maps for Android gets new ‘events listing’ feature

Google recently rolled out a new feature for its Android Maps app that adds information on forthcoming events for venues around town, making it easier than ever to plan a night, or day, out.
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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, for the week of March 16, 2014

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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