We've all been there before: You know you've gotta go, but you just can't seem to make it over the edge. Soon, instead of turning to laxatives for relief, a tiny, swallowable engine may be all you need to whip your colon back into shape. Yep, this vibrating pill wants to make you poop.
The Jawbone Jambox was a pretty good bluetooth speaker, if not entirely perfect. But it had the benefit of being one of the first portable bluetooth speakers to combine design, affordability and ease of use along with quality. But in the Bluetooth market there's always room for improvement and though we've seen a…
Sometimes, quitting can be hard work—especially if you have an alcohol dependency. Now, however, it could be a whole lot easier: France has just cleared a new anti-alcoholism drug for use by its nation of claret swillers.
If you rely on the female contraceptive pill to avoid having babies, you might want to check the packet: Pfizer just recalled a million packs because a fault means they could increase the chances of getting pregnant. Deep breaths: it'll probably be fine.
Wood pulp-materials to help the pills disintegrate. Lubricant so the pills don't stick to the factory-robots when being created. Glue found in tile adhesive. Pigments found in cake icing and paint. WIRED looks at your boner's origins. [WIRED UK]
Only a small portion of the pill you swallowed earlier is actually an active ingredient, the rest is filler. That bit of information is what caused researchers to explore a way to start printing active ingredients onto blank filler tablets.
Maybe you're forgetful, completely insane, or part of a clinical trial—whatever the reason, someone needs to know if and when you're taking your medication. The simplest way of keeping track of your swallowing habits? Let the pills tattle.
Designed by Sung-Kyu Nam, the Okids phone can shape-shift from a cell to a heart-shaped game console at a flick of the wrist. It's aimed at five- to six-year-olds, and the heart and pill shapes represent the love you have for
Mario and Pac Man children, apparently. The Okids phone-console thingy is a concept and,…
The new Battlestar Galactica ads that began airing during last night's Tin Man miniseries have us wondering why they don't have a list of possible side effects running after them. "Possible Battlestar Galactica side effects might include dizziness, headaches, nausea, feelings of inadequacy, delusions of grandeur, and…