The MAP System introduces a new concept in bedsore prevention: a "continuous bedside pressure mapping system" fitted right onto the mattress.
Swiss spin-off announces major funding for a bed it says could hit the market by the end of 2011 and will help prevent bedsores by automatically shifting a patient's position.
A new Android tablet is heading for Blighty, but it's not made by one of those high-falutin', hoity-toity tech companies -- the Andy Pad is made by cheap-mattress vendor Mattressman.
A bedside sleep companion and sleep aid, the Aura combines sensors and sensory stimulation to knit together a futuristic bedside gadget for a good night's rest.
The humble mattress gets a high-tech upgrade with Sleep Number's new x12, a sleep-monitoring, safety-lighting, snore-stopping bed.
The person shares photos of the Galaxy S3, which is completely burned up. He claims he had made no modifications to the device.
A smart necklace for young diary keepers works with an iPad app and hides entries with the push of a button.
Researchers find that patients with spinal cord injuries are not developing bedsores thanks to electric underwear that can mimic fidgeting.
We used the final big day of the show to track down some unusual products, plus an LED TV that could be as good as a plasma.
Google's terms of sale might prohibit Google Glass owners from pawning off their headsets, but that hasn't stopped one from trying.