The new process allows data to be embedded into shirts, ties and other articles of clothing that can be constantly worn, washed and ironed.
Graphene Electronic Tattoo could one day replace bulky instruments used by doctors now.
Potential applications for 'Twistron' range from full scale wave power generation to individual fibres in clothing powering sensors.
Silk sensors might also help doctors keep track of patients through an integrated wireless system.
Patent filed by Oculus shows frame shape and display tech details.
Neurable demoed a game on an HTC Vive headset after replacing its standard strap with an upgraded strap.
Insiders claim new Watch with 'eSIM' could arrive before the end of 2017.
Wearable uses sonar to guide users with haptic feedback.
The technology will help monitor workers and prevent heat-related stress in the summer months.
It aims to reduce the number of road accidents caused by sleepy drivers.
Nerdy smart glasses return to revolutionise the factory floor.
A girls' school is banning Fitbits and smartwatches after pupils skipped lunch due to tracking data.
Analyst believes the move could be part of Apple\'s strategy to cut reliance on Samsung for displays.
The new firmware makes tracking fitness progress more effective.
Future Apple Watch could continuously track blood sugar levels without breaking the skin.
We review the second-generation Tag Heuer Connected, an Android Wear smartwatch priced from £1,450.
Reports had emerged last month that Apple\'s biomedical engineers were working on sensors to monitor blood sugar levels.
Recently, ZeniMax successfully sued Facebook's Oculus and was awarded $500m in damages.
The OTA link for the update is also available.
'It was either defective or really mad I was sitting still so long,' the woman said.