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​Wearables like FitBit and the Jawbone UP have encouraged our love of personal statistics, but they're currently limited to steps taken, distance walked and a handful of other relatively simple metrics. And while some gadgets can monitor your heart rate, what about things like inflammation and v

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It's been quite a while since we've seen any significant advances in ovulation monitoring technology, but this new DuoFertility skin patch looks set to shake things up a bit, with it taking an always-on approach to keeping tabs on your (or your significant other's) fertility status. That's done wit

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Believe it or not, we've seen something like this before -- out of Japan, naturally -- so we're a bit surprised to see a patent app roll in from Samsung for a phone capable of tracking a woman's fertile periods. The idea is to keep the user updated on her \"baby\" and \"no baby\" times of the month whe

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Believe it or not, we've seen something like this before -- out of Japan, naturally -- so we're a bit surprised to see a patent app roll in from Samsung for a phone capable of tracking a woman's fertile periods. The idea is to keep the user updated on her \"baby\" and \"no baby\" times of the month whe

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If there's two thing we know Japan has, it's a steadily declining birth rate and insanely advanced mobile technology. Doesn't it seem like one could be used to solve the other? (No?) Leave it to the good folks at NTT DoCoMo to have a crack at it, releasing the new D702iF FOMA clamshell from Mitsubi

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As much as we love to integrate superfluous technology into our everyday doings, we've gotta say that this new \"Baby Boom\" fertility wristwatch from techno-watch extraordinaire Laks has us just a little bit creeped out. Maybe it's the concept of a cold little digital device helping out with track

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