These zip-on bike tires change up your tread to match the terrain

If you’re a bike commuter or gravel rider who wishes your bike were a bit more versatile, you’re going to want to take a look at what Retyre brings to...

FDA approves sale of Bose’s over-the-counter hearing aid

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Bose approval to sell a hearing aid that can be used without the assistance of a medical professional. Hearing aids are nothing...

Drop that iPhone! Researchers suggest limiting kids’ screen time to 2 hours a day

How much screen time should our kids have per day? Researchers from Canada have attempted to answer that question with a recent analysis of lifestyle data from 4,520 American kids. The...

We got naked with the Naked Labs 3D Body Scanner. Here’s how it went

Like most Americans, my weight is a cause for concern. After having children and hitting age 30, it has become increasingly difficult to maintain a healthy weight. I’m not the...

Editing mosquito DNA could help wipe out malaria and Zika — here’s how

From creating malaria-resistant mosquitoes to building “photonic fences” able to shoot down the blood-sucking insects with deadly lasers, there are a whole lot of exciting, cutting-edge ways that science is...

Can’t spare time to brush your teeth? EZ Teethbrush promises to do it 4x...

Looking after your teeth used to be hella time-consuming. That’s all changing here in 2018, thanks to new technology. Recently we wrote about an app that lets you get your...

Yamaha’s new electric gravel bike is ready for rough terrain rides

At Interbike 2018, Yamaha took the wraps off of the latest edition to its ebike line-up by revealing a prototype of the Wabash, an electric gravel bike built for use...

This spinal electrical stimulation implant let a paralyzed man walk again

Here at Digital Trends, we’ve covered some amazing high-tech wheelchairs and even exosuits that can help people with lower body paralysis to walk again. Adding to (and, in some ways,...

Removing ‘zombie cells’ in the brain could help battle the effects of dementia

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have demonstrated how the removal of so-called "zombie cells" can help reverse the effects of dementia-style cognitive decline in mice. Here's what they did. The post...

Fitbit’s new health care platform sets out to improve wellness in the workplace

Fitbit is known for its selection of fitness wearables and apps that help a wide range of individuals to stay on top of their health game. But with its new...

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How to sell Bitcoin

Decided it’s time to get out of the Bitcoin craze or just want to be prepared for when you do? In this guide, we’ll...