The makers of Wireless Armour claim they protect the wearer from electromagnetic radiation by meshing pure silver into the pouch area (and, indeed, all around).
Underwear performance underwhelming, says suit targeting Maidenform's caffeine microcapsule undies that promise to burn cellulite.
If your job is cleaning up nuclear disasters, you might also want to consider a $1,000 anti-radiation swimsuit.
Smelling less than rosy down south? Or perhaps you'd like to break wind with wild abandon in public. Japan has your ticket to blissful flatulence.
Los Angeles-based startup MeUndies.com arrives online with subscription service for designer underwear.
A Japanese woman sues Google for emotional distress after images of underwear on her washing line appear on the site.
New skivvies deliver a gripe to TSA screeners monitoring advanced equipment at airport security gates, but how much of a statement can they really make?
Well, according to one listener, you can't get away from underwear in Japan so the Google StreetView cameras shouldn't try. Also if you deleted those pictures of you in your underwear from Facebook, I can still see them.
Well according to one listener, you can't get away from underwear in Japan so the Google streetview cameras shouldn't try. Also if you deleted those pictures of you in your underwear from Facebook, I can still see them. In fact deleting photos from social media doesn't make it as deleted as you might like. We also talk Pirate Bay, RealDVD and other court cases.
Will long-lasting underwear being tested aboard the International Space Station become widely used? Not if this journalist can help it.