Device mounted to a toilet incorporates test strips and video cameras and recognizes the user by fingerprint and "distinctive features" on their anus.
A professor is testing artificial skin that can mimic human properties and potentially be utilized by amputees and skin graft patients to improve their quality of life.
Fibo device allows the wearer to feel a baby's womb movement in real-time.
MIT researchers have developed a wearable to help people who suffer from social anxiety.
Apple is reportedly planning its own version of the wearable device.
The Inupathy smart collar can tell if your dog is feeling yappy or sad.
Electronic skin patch monitors a wearer's health using power transmitted from their smartphone.
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.
Tiny sensors can detect eye movements and blinking, according to a Samsung patent.
Quell tricks the central nervous system to produce natural opioids to relieve pain.
Tech tattoos are made from small pieces of hardware that connect with electricity-conducting paint and tiny chips that collect data.