If your lady loves jewelry and tech, the USB locket would make a perfect holiday gift. Just start saving your pennies now.
As Kim Kardashian has put her name to a celebrity video game and Tyra Banks invests in an app that puts pretty pictures on lock screens, we only wait for Bill Murray to launch a "Lost In Translation" iPhone app.
Today we'll tell you how to make money swiping ads on your phone, revisit popular tech terms defined by the '90s, and question why surgeons in South Korea are carving permanent smiles into women's faces.
A smart necklace for young diary keepers works with an iPad app and hides entries with the push of a button.
Forget fishnets. Geeky gals prefer the DNA helix look with the help of special science stockings.
Industrial design studio Mike & Maaike poaches the world's most expensive necklaces through Google and renders them in pixelated leather.
It used to be photos of loved ones (or illicit substances), but now we have this.
Twitter seems to be showing everywhere these days--even in the most unexpected places, like a Commodore 64. Where will the microblogging service appear next? Vote in our poll.
Former contestant of reality TV show "Project Runway"--and self-proclaimed fashion nerd--writes a book explaining how to make a light-up skirt, twinkling shoes, digital locket, and more.
Sometimes form doesn't need the function.