Thanks to incredible advancements in mobile tech, walking out of the office or home no longer means you're cut off from the daily buzz. From smartphones and tablets to fitness bands and smart watches, anyone can stay "wired" just about anywhere. Add on the many apps, from those that track your diet and exercise to organizational and even educational apps, and you don't have to skimp to have a life-on-the-go. Here, you can get the latest news on mobile devices and the science that makes them, and you, tick.
Yellowstone National Park has seen a rise in people getting injured by bison lately, and attempts to take selfies may be to blame for at least some of these injuries, according to a new report.
GPS running watches can track everything from your steps per minute to the length of your stride, but analyzing all that data can be a chore — especially if you don't have a running coach to help you make sense of your stats.
Some Apple Watch users who have tattoos are running into problems when using the device's heart-rate monitor and other features, as it appears the ink in tattoos can interfere with the watch's sensors.