CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
This geeky DIY brassiere pops off when in the vicinity of clapping. May we recommend leaving it at home when attending concerts and other applause-intensive events?
A prototype bra from Microsoft researchers uses sensors to follow the wearer's mood with a goal of helping prevent stress-related eating.
A high-tech bra with a built-in heart rate sensor will only release upon detecting some serious love vibes.
The Tweeting Bra is a Twitter-connected bra with a greater purpose. Every time it comes undone, it sends a tweet.
The Breast Tissue Screening Bra in the works is non-invasive, painless, and may even be more accurate than 3D mammography.
The Annals of Improbable Research is at it again, making way for Nobel Prize season with its Ig Nobels--ideas that "cannot or should not be repeated." But this year, one of them should.
For "Star Wars" fans who fancy unusual musical instruments and desire a little extra chest support, this "Star Wars" theremin bra should do the trick.
There's no longer a need to ever separate from your phone, even when getting jiggy on the dance floor. The kids still say "jiggy," right?
The bra--an invention worthy of an Ig Nobel Prize in 2009--is now commercially available in a sexy, life-saving, Red Cross shade of red.
If you can live with unimpressive photos, the Sonata 4G is a reliable phone for those on a budget, but LG's prepaid Optimus F6 is the better option.
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