The Suitsy is a one-of-a-kind piece of clothing that brings pajama-style comfort to the suit-and-tie world of modern business. Are you up for wearing a onesie, guys?
The first wearable gadget based on the Intel Edison chip is a onesie that monitors your baby's breathing and sends audio and data to your smartphone. Staying connected to your baby has never been more wireless.
A look at earbuds that detect your heart rate and a headset that listens to your every command. CNET's Sumi Das rounds up wearable devices at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
Guessing Google autocomplete results becomes a free and addictive game that's like an updated version of "Family Feud."
If you have a daring sense of style, you might want to buy this poop emoji shirt from Betabrand. Fortunately for those around you, it doesn't smell like a porta-potty.
To help his newborn son "feel brave," father and professional prop maker Eric Hart crafted a tiny Iron Man costume from fabric and foam. Result: possibly the most adorable Avenger yet.
Norwegian design company Drap og Design wants you to unleash your inner animal. Their first product? A jacket that changes colors with the world around you.
The next wave of consumer electronics could come from the maker movement and indie developers. Intel's Edward Ross wants to make the company's chips a key part of that trend.
Jeff's out, but Iyaz and Ariel hold down the fort with Andrew Zarian of GFQ Network. The guys talk about the flexible iPhone and how zippers are the worst invention of all time.
Wearable tech is crawling into the newborn market. Sproutling is an ankle bracelet for babies to give parents peace of mind. But if parents want to sleep like a baby, maybe they'll want the Sense sleep tracker for themselves.