The project from Harvard University's Biodesign Lab is the latest advance in wearable robotics and the visual effect is a sort of high-tech lederhosen.
Technology such as this could, one day, enable people to communicate with one another using only the power of thought.
Fibo device allows the wearer to feel a baby's womb movement in real-time.
Virtual assistants like Google Home and Amazon's Echo are poised to beat out other tech competitors.
The Inupathy smart collar can tell if your dog is feeling yappy or sad.
Interchangeable modules of the Blocks smartwatch include a flashlight, GPS and an extra battery.
The patch, thinner than a human hair and free of charge, measures your daily UV exposure.
The deal signals the faded phone giant's re-emergence as a consumer brand.