It's about time our kids earned their keep. Sick of your tykes taking you for granted? You'll need one of these T-shirts.
An app-connected vest triggers a soothing massage using the music library on your iPhone. Yes, this is real.
One of the world's most unusual massage devices uses the beats from your own music collection to work out the kinks in your back.
From seats that measure your vital signs and massage you on command to autonomous driving and pedestrian warnings, the car of the future will be a comfy, if slightly bossy, place to be. Molly Wood checks out the R&D of Detroit for Always On.
A week after the FDA issued a warning on the Shoulderflex therapeutic massager because it killed one person and injured a few more, device maker voluntarily recalls device.
NYU interactive tech designer Jason Stephens uses a video projector, a Kinect, and the OpenKinect Libraries programming tools to trace the motions of a massage therapist for a light display "force field."
The tiny WheeMe robot from DreamBots can provide a full back massage when your favorite human masseuse isn't available.
Human Touch unveils its latest "wellness solution" at the Vegas World Market Show--an app designed to let users better personalize the AcuTouch 9500 robotic massage chair.
I would wear this massaging game vest if you were playing Tetris and lit lavender candles first.
The Eye Vibrato is essentially an eye massager that fits on your head and soothes your tired peepers with settings that include heat, vibration and light air pressure.