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Bras are pretty much some of the oldest pieces of tech around — the undergarment can even trace its roots all the way back to the freelovin' days of ancient Greece. So as something most women wear nearly every day, it's amazing how many studies have come out claiming that ladies everywhere our wearing their bras all wrong. ThirdLove, a new app headed up by a NASA scientist-led engineering team, hopes to change all that with nothing more than an iPhone and a few snapshots.


Facebook doesn't like boobs (even when they're just elbows) so much that it banned a mother from the social network for posting pictures of her breastfeeding her children. What's interesting is that Kemp's photos weren't especially revealing (in the explicit sense of the word) and that Facebook actually allows photos of breastfeeding to be posted. What's horrible is that Facebook banned her not once but twice for it. What happened?


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Women have posted surprisingly racy status updates lately. "I like it on the kitchen floor." "I like it on the couch." They're talking about where they keep their purses, a viral campaign for breast cancer awareness. Could men help, too?


Trendy English retailer Selfridges' "nipple enhancers" have an alluring product description promising that "the natural look is back". Men love a bit of silicon. But what would you think if one of these fell off during a groping session?


British intelligence service MI5 has discovered that Muslim female suicide bombers are getting explosive charges inside their breasts, using a similar procedure to breast augmentation. This makes bombs almost impossible to detect at airports. But there's something strange here.