Alarmed by Admiral’s data grab? Wait until insurers can see the contents of your fridge

The company is to use Facebook data to calculate customer premiums. But even more invasive ways to monetise lives are coming with the Internet of ThingsAnybody who has been overcharged by an insurance company, denied a claim or given the runaround by an insurers customer disservice should shudder at the idea of insurers learning how to deploy the internet...

French woman awarded €1m payout after cream canister injury

In a case echoing the death of fitness blogger Rebecca Burger, Emilie Lada suffered severe, life-changing injuriesA French court has awarded a payout of more than 1mto a woman whose skull was cracked by an exploding whipped cream dispenser, in a case echoing the death of a fitness blogger in June. The womans attorney, Emeline Petitgirard, said the sum...

Gym Rats Are at Risk of This Once-Obscure Kidney Injury

All Jared Shamburger wanted was to get stronger. The 17-year-old’s father and brother had been bodybuilding for years, and Shamburger felt he had to “catch up to them and get as big as them,” he told ABC13. To that end, he spent 90 minutes last month lifting weights at his Houston area gym. When he got home, he was...

Meet UFC’s million dollar ring girl, Arianny Celeste

Shes a lean, mean, money making machine. Arianny Celeste UFCs most tenured ring girl, with 11 years under her belt is worth more than a million dollars. An astonishing amount considering that a source told the New York Post that ring girls make between $30,000 and around $75,000 a year. (The UFC had no comment on this.) Theres this...

PornHub’s ‘Bangfit’ program uses sexy exercise to build muscle

Image: Youtube You can track your steps, you can measure your heartbeats, and now, you can quantify your dry humps. A new program created by PornHub called "BangFit" features 'sexercises' that allow players to build and tone muscle. Instead of forcing people to go the gym (the horror! the sweat stains!), Bangfit users simply practice sexual exercises, otherwise known...

How to Track Your Heart Rate With Wearables

You probably learned how to track your heart rate in school: Put your finger on a pulse point, like the inside of your wrist, and count how many pulses you feel in a minute. That yields your heart’s beats per minute, or bpm. Cool trick! you thought. And you promptly forgot about it.But your heart rate can be a...