A letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine claims that vapour produced by electronic cigarettes contains a high concentration of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen. But don't panic quite yet.
Pay for a blood test and get five simple personalised nutrition tips that promise to shave years off your life. Sold! I tried it. I found, as with any data-based health app, its claims need to be taken with a hulking heap of salt.
That intrepid, stare-off-into-the-distance look on Bill Gates's face? He is sipping on water that was, just a few minutes earlier, a pile of human waste. It's not just for laughs: the process shows how sewage can be transformed into water, electricity and fertiliser.
Atari Fit trades Pong for press-ups in what the old-school video-game publisher declares a "Gamification Fitness App", rewarding players for jumping about a bit to unlock classic arcade games from its back catalogue. So missing the fitness gaming trend by nearly a decade, then.
Cigarettes that heat tobacco to produce an inhalable aerosol, but never reach the point of combustion, thus avoiding that sketchy part of smoking where you light something on fire and suck the smoke into your lungs.