Here's a new spin on fashion, clothes made from milk.. While it sounds unlikely that you could make fabric from a cool frosty beverage, German fashion designer and microbiologist Anke Domaske has apparently found a way.
Forget straps, belt clips, and arm bands. This iPhone and iPod case, called The Move, can somehow harness the forces of evil (or something) to get your gadget to magically stick to anything you happen to be wearing.
Looks like phone companies in the U.K. are hungry to outdo one another in the eyes of smartphone-loving concert-goers. First Vodafone unveiled a custom 18-wheeler capable of charging 2,000 phones at once, and now Orange is responding with a shirt that'll only charge one phone — but with magic.
Colombia Sportswear has come up with a new type of clothing that can actively cool itself, and you, when it gets wet. It's got some kind of fancy chemical that chills down when exposed to moisture, to the point where if you use enough of it, you can potentially freeze yourself.
The same guys who make the display that powers Amazon's Kindle have managed to imprint functional e-ink onto cloth, meaning that clothing with designs that you can update, or even clothing that streams video, is just around the corner.
By turning powders into fibers using carbon nanotube webs, researchers at the University of Texas have managed to make yarn that can clean itself and work as a battery. It also happens to be a superconductor, but most importantly, it's machine-washable.
This could be the world's first air purifying dress. It's not designed to combat your body odor issues, but it is designed to suck up pollution and keep the air fresh and clean for everybody.
I have a couple of friends who send out hundreds Tweets or Facebook updates every day. You probably know the type, the ones who think you really want to know every time they're crossing the road, or taking the dog...
I feel like I should just be texting you this. If you're a gadget lover but don't feel that your pants are up to the task, these WTFJeans are supposedly the thing to get to protect screens and hide flash...
Attention, ladies: are you looking to get the attention of all the boys? OK, how about just the geeky boys? Well, you could do a lot worse than dressing up like an old-school Nintendo controller. Liz Tan did just that,...