Tech companies, however glamorous, sometimes fail. Last week, this fate befell Ashton Kutcher-backed Pickwick and Weller. However, did the company bother telling its loyal customers? Ah, no.
Nivpat is showing off technology at CES 2013 that lets you scan T-shirts to get more info about the wearer, a business, and just about anything.
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A professor of art and animation posts a picture of his young daughter doing yoga in a T-shirt that reads: "I will take what is mine with fire and blood." This is taken as a security threat.
Silic is a concept T-shirt that promises to stay dry and repel water-based stains. It's raking in the funds on Kickstarter.
Accelerometers and gyroscopes may be the next big thing on the basketball court. Startup Vibrado is developing a sleeve jammed with sensors that gives feedback on better form.
High-tech textiles, like self-cleaning jackets and self-charging backpacks, welcome a new member to the ranks: a shirt that measures your heart rate and more.
Red-shirted "Star Trek" characters have earned a reputation as the most likely ones to get offed in an episode. What if our assumptions are wrong?
Two style-conscious friends crowdsource their crusade for better-tailored men's shirts made with the help of technology. "Size really does matter," they say.
Special underwear shirts turn saggy man-chests into pec-tastic torsos with the artful placement of padding and stretch materials.
Musterbrand's official clothing line for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag brings rare style to tie-in fashion.