Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a way to spin good quality yarn from slaughterhouse waste.
The words "geek" and "knitter" aren't mutually exclusive, as these amazingly cool yarn-based projects prove.
From fabric keyboards to kit that powers up when the soldier mounts up, Intelligent Textiles is one of the companies on the front line of wearable technology.
The Neurotiq headpiece combines knitting, 3D printing and electroencephalography to display your brain activity as an array of LED hues.
The bracelet, with a sapphire display and semiprecious gems, was made for the high-end women's accessory market and will be sold at luxury retailer Barneys New York.
Forget fitness bands. Ralph Lauren has introduced an entire fitness shirt stocked with sensors designed to monitor heart rate, stress levels, and movement.
The chipmaker, which first announced plans for the bracelet in January, is expected to unveil the wearable in the coming weeks, a person familiar with the matter told CNET.
Jawbone already tracks steps, sleep, and even caffeine: now calorie-counting, food-logging and weight loss are being revamped and brought into the fold of Jawbone's intelligent insight-based coaching.
The best-looking games at the show, another gruesome Mortal Kombat, and getting an overload of cuteness with Yoshi's Woolly World.
Nintendo needs to make the Wii U compelling again. Here's the list of games hitting this year, in 2015, and beyond.