Interactive fabric that can be used to control lights, music or more: what exactly does it do, and why? I tried out Google's mysterious side project.
A textile concept called Project Jacquard lets you control electronic devices via conductive yarn, while Project Soli is a tiny radar sensor to detect gestures without touching anything.
By using a process known as electrospinning, a new kind of 3D printer might someday fabricate your clothes moments before you go out for the night.
Disney Research has had a second go at creating a 3D printer capable of creating flexible objects made of soft fibres.
A new type of fabric is designed to collect and store static electricity in order to give your personal devices a power boost.
NeverWet may soon be facing some hydrophobic competition in the form of LiquidOff, an eco-minded fabric spray made to repel water without leaving a haze behind.
The top-of-the-line FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad Air is a sturdy spill-resistant case companion that's thinner than the previous version for iPad, but it's not the best keyboard accessory we've seen.
Google's Advanced Technologies and Products Team (ATAP) have developed an interactive fabric that can control music, lights and more.
Technically Incorrect: The latest Republican to enter the presidential race has a Web site. Its 404 page goes after the Democratic candidate's e-mail habits.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley cover a variety of future tech crowdfunding efforts, including an updated satellite time capsule for alien life forms, fabric made by 3D printing liquids onto metal molds, and a basic cell phone that can only make or receive calls. #TDMessage