The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers $1.1 million to develop "Galvanic" bracelets that measure how engaged children are in school. How very scientific -- or, perhaps, just weird.
The silicone bracelet resembles a portion of a lens barrel, with information such as focal length and an "AF/MF" switch showing great attention to detail.
The Sound Advice Project lets you record a message, whose waveform is then custom-made into a piece of jewelry that can be given as a gift.
If you just gotta have your iPhone/BlackBerry on you at all times, these homemade earrings will hold you over while your real phone is charging up.
Give your fashion sense a photo finish with unusual bracelets crafted from vintage camera lenses.
Crave's Eric Mack looked back at 25 years of the Web. Now it's time for all of us to look forward and share our predictions for the future.
From the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the Nokia X, check out the best, worst and weirdest from Mobile World Congress 2014.
New necklaces from Pyrrha and HBO honor the various houses of Westeros. Will you sport a Baratheron, Greyjoy, Lannister, Targaryen, Tyrell, or Stark?
Selling millions of wireless chips to giants like Apple and Samsung is much different than selling to thousands of tiny startups crowdsourcing their hardware on Kickstarter, says Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor.
Amazon is widely expected to unveil a video-streaming device, putting it in the same competitive field as Apple's Apple TV, Google's Chromecast, and the family of Roku boxes.