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In the second part of a two-part piece of speculative fiction, Crave's Eric Mack time-travels to a day when everything is a little more awesome.
Smart watches? Smart glasses? Nope. If this patent is any indication, the future lies in hairpieces that could notify wearers of a text message, phone call, or e-mail.
The patent specifies that the wig will feature at least one sensor, and could be made of horse or yak hair.
It's an odd thing to do -- checking your Facebook profile at home you've allegedly broken into. But that's what a Minnesota man is said to have done.
The actor who played Steve Jobs in a Taiwanese tea commercial reveals that playing the great man involved some excellent wig work. For Brook Hall has a full head of hair.
Most of us envision the composer as an old man with a white, curly wig. Instead, think big bones with a slight underbite and short hair.
Commentary: Futurist Ray Kurzweil says our devices will soon be able to process and mimic human emotions. But even if that's possible, it's not exactly a great idea.
Bridget Carey's back on the show and today she brings in a curious event invite from Instagram. We speculate on what the future holds for the social network, take a tour of the mall of the future, and venture into three places no item of wearable technology should ever go.
Wendy McKee wanted people to adopt her kittens, so she dressed them up as Princess Leia, the Doctor, Frodo, Gandalf, and Jon Snow to make geeky human hearts go pitter-patter.