Tech companies are making wearables to help manage anxiety and stress. But psychology experts say they’re no substitute for old-fashioned therapy.
The wearable protective gear sends out taser-like shocks when a woman’s arm is held in a certain way.
Reactions ranged from "deeply disturbing" to "the most disrespectful thing I've ever seen."
Thanks to analytics, this mood ring can let you know when your stressed.
Astroskin comes to the ISS.
A London hackathon paired artists with coders to make new sounds.
The 'MA4' project imbues communities with functional DIY electronic textiles.
An 8-year-old would need to walk about five hours to burn off a Happy Meal.
DuoSkin is a fabrication process for creating temporary tattoo user interfaces
For the first time in five decades, there's been actual progress in the design of a condom that doesn't suck.
In the end, I started taking sips of booze just for the pleasure of the shocks.