An artificial ankle created at the MIT Media Lab is made of chips and sensors that work together to adjust ankle stiffness, power, and position. One wearer was able to dance the rumba.
Bicyclists in particular may be attracted to the FlyFit ankle-mounted fitness tracker on Kickstarter.
Technically Incorrect: A video of a motorist getting angry at a motorcyclist depicts an instance of a man getting more than he bargained for. Almost 9 million YouTube viewers have checked it out.
Meet the Nike Flyease, a new line of footwear built for athletes who struggle with standard athletic shoes, and Matthew Walzer, the teenager who helped bring the shoe to life.
In a fascinating medical conclusion, an Australian neurologist says skinny jeans caused such weakness in a woman's ankles that she spent several hours lying on the ground.
The Light Phone bills itself as your "phone away from phone," and does nothing but make calls. Think you need one?
The Moov fitness band doesn't just track steps and calories, it gives real-time coaching. If you're lucky, you could get one free.
Technically Incorrect: A sales executive for a money transfer service is suing her former employer after disabling a GPS app that, she says, followed her even when she wasn't working.
This lightweight, wearable exoskeleton fits around your foot and ankle and can reduce the amount of energy you expend on walking.
Volvorii is a pair of chic heels with an embedded e-ink panel that can be programmed with patterns to match your outfit.