Intelligent Bra to Give Ladies Less Bounce to the Ounce

University researchers have invented a smart fabric that could help larger ladies in the fight against breast bounce—disappointing the legions of men who love watching girls run for buses in the process. The material, which contains tiny sensors, will be used by bra manufacturers in an attempt to improve the lot of… » 12/10/07 8:45am 12/10/07 8:45am

G-Tech Bluetooth Backpack: Noble Idea, Not So Noble Execution

G-Tech has launched a Bluetooth enable backpack capable of streaming your tunes via headphone or an integrated speaker and able to accept calls via a Bluetooth enabled cellphone. The bag also has SmartFabric controls integrated into the strap for controlling the iPod and answering/hanging up the phone. Unfortunately… » 1/10/07 4:30pm 1/10/07 4:30pm

Smarty Pants: Computing Meets Motion-Sensing Fabric

Okay smarty-pants, try this on for size: we've been hearing a lot about wearable computers, but now scientists at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute are figuring out how to manufacture pants that detect movement. » 9/27/06 10:44am 9/27/06 10:44am

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