Would you ever use a reset button to erase painful memories?
Walmart is testing a new service that allows customers to use previously installed smart-home technology to remotely open the door for grocery deliveries, while they watch a live-stream.
The Doctors discuss a Wisconsin firm that recently became the first company in the nation to embed microchips in its employees.
The creators of the smartphone accessory “Walabot” claim that it can see through walls, detect alcohol content, read vital signs, and even potentially screen for cancer. But does it work?
Should you be worried about your neighbors sneaking a peek into your home with a drone?
The Doctors look into the alarming rise in teen suicide rates and try to shed some light on the shocking and deadly statistics.
With an increasing number of toddlers on tablets and smartphones, The Doctors discuss an alarming new study on the negative effects of too much tech.
Learn how too much tech can discombobulate the brain and decrease your IQ.
A popular new app that allows people to superimpose digital cuts and bruises onto their selfies has received backlash from certain anti-violence organizations. The Doctors debate whether the app is all in good fun or if it glorifies abuse and brutality.
See how a group of senior citizens reacted when they were introduced to the raunchy world of virtual reality erotica! (Footage courtesy of Complex Media Inc.)