LifeBeam's heart-rate-sensing hat isn't such a dumb idea.
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If you're wondering where the iPhone could go next, Apple's newest products offer some interesting ideas.
It's a hat. It's a heart rate hat. Why? Well, see for yourself. Heads-on in Barcelona.
More socially acceptable than a helmet, the BulletSafe bulletproof baseball cap provides ballistic protection for your head without drawing attention.
Microsoft used the word "familiar" today to describe the look and feel of Windows 10, but it's got some new tricks up its sleeve, too. We're taking a look at some of those new features, and discussing if they'll reassure anyone who felt burned by Windows 8.
On today's show, we dive into Windows 10 and some of its new features, get excited about Netflix's plan to release an upcoming film the same day it hits theaters, and check out a weird 3D-printed hat that changes color based on your brain activity.
The Neurotiq headpiece combines knitting, 3D printing and electroencephalography to display your brain activity as an array of LED hues.
Keep your music under your hat with the Archos Music Beany, a woolly wearable that plays tunes through a knitted hat.
The Archos Music Beany is a woollen hat that plays music, and is joined by a smart Weather Station and musical lamp.
For a phone with mid-tier hardware, the Blackphone punches high with nearly $900 worth of security and privacy tools. Here's what using the phone looks like.