Tech companies, however glamorous, sometimes fail. Last week, this fate befell Ashton Kutcher-backed Pickwick and Weller. However, did the company bother telling its loyal customers? Ah, no.
A company offers customers the choice to customize men's dress shirts via its Web interface. "Project Runway," here I come.
For Crave contributor Kelsey Adams, a longtime casual X-Men fan, the latest movie was as fun as she'd hoped and smarter than she expected. Here's why. (Caution: spoilers.)
Tom Merritt returns as guest co-host today, and he and Ashley discuss LG's newest roll-up OLED TV, MIT's FingerReader, a shirt that aims to convey emotion, direction, and touch via haptic feedback, and more.
On today's Tomorrow Daily, Ashley Esqueda and Tom Merritt discuss LG's new flexible OLED TV, the MIT Media Labs FingerReader, and a shirt that can convey emotions and touch via the internet. Would you wear a shirt that lets the internet reach out and (literally) touch you?
A professor of art and animation posts a picture of his young daughter doing yoga in a T-shirt that reads: "I will take what is mine with fire and blood." This is taken as a security threat.
Let your chest handle the social networking with QR code T-shirts from ScanMe. Your custom-printed bar code shirt leads back to your Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter profiles.
Silic is a concept T-shirt that promises to stay dry and repel water-based stains. It's raking in the funds on Kickstarter.
Accelerometers and gyroscopes may be the next big thing on the basketball court. Startup Vibrado is developing a sleeve jammed with sensors that gives feedback on better form.
Red-shirted "Star Trek" characters have earned a reputation as the most likely ones to get offed in an episode. What if our assumptions are wrong?