Scientists have designed a new type of camouflage wetsuit that is designed to make ocean swimmers invisible to sharks.
Quiksilver Japan's new suit has a bit of a superspy aura about it: it's made of neoprene and other water-resistant materials, enabling its wearer to catch some waves at the nearest beach, and then jet to a business meeting (or a black tie affair) without changing clothes.
Researchers have combined the teeth of various sharks into what they are calling the "Jawzall", a power saw for tearing fish flesh.
Great white sharks don't fight each other often, but when they do, it's no-teeth-barred.
A new rash guard shirt takes an unusual approach to warding off sharks by making the wearer look like a venomous sea creature.
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to try out a piece of technology that few have experienced -- the jetpack.
Using two rechargeable lithium ion batteries, a titanium heating element on the back of the wetsuit lets you bring the internal temperature up to 51 degrees Celsius.
After nearly a whole month without a new episode, the Gadgettes are back and badder than ever! We devote today's episode to examining the category dubbed "mommy tech" from this year's CES.
A gadget to dry your surfing apparel in style