Scottevest applied its gadget-pocket-crazy philosophy to lab coats, so we handed one off to a real live scientist to test out in a lab.
Scottevest, the company known for making jackets and vests to carry all your tech gear, sets its sights on pulling the humble lab coat into modern times.
British luxury company Goldgenie has moved from gold-plating gadgets into gold-plating an entire Giant road bike.
On today's show, we discuss a jacket with 50 cameras sewn into it, how the band OK Go used drone tech in their new whimsical music video, and the scientist who improved on the Nobel Prize he won three weeks ago.
South Korean artists have created a blazer with 50 working cameras on it in the hopes of giving surveillance tools to people who may not otherwise have them. We're not sure we'd wear a jacket with cameras sewn in like all-seeing eyes...but it sure looks cool.
Tamron's first non-macro primes, a 35mm f1.8 and 45mm f1.8, look promising and serve to launch a new generation of lenses.
Vantablack may be the darkest material in the world, but NASA aims to have the darkest material out of this world when it tests a nano-coating on the space station.
In this new version of its pro lens the company introduces its new Blue Spectrum Refractive optics technology, which targets ugly color fringing.
This isn't the first time a garment has promised to protect our privacy, but to an Austrian design team's credit, this one looks a lot cozier.
The Moto X Style will be known as the Pure Edition in the US, and will be sold directly to consumers. The company says both Moto X smartphones will cost much less than other premium devices.