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Your wearable is already outdated: Sweat tracking changes everything

Your wearable is already outdated: Sweat tracking changes everything

By 10 April 2015

Activity trackers, heart rate monitors, smartwatches – they're all obsolete already because they don't analyse sweat. Until now heart rate tracking has been a pretty accurate way of measuring your body's training effort. It let you work on certain goals... >>

Future clothing is here, nanowires used to keep heat in and even generate warmth

Future clothing is here, nanowires used to keep heat in and even generate warmth

By 15 January 2015

This year we're going to see a lot of smart clothes capable of measuring heart rate and muscle contractions, but the future is even more exciting. Using nanowires future clothing will be able to seal in heat and even generate it. Scientists at Stanford... >>

Wireless Armour wonder-pants want to save you from irradiated nuts

Wireless Armour wonder-pants want to save you from irradiated nuts

By 29 April 2014

If, until now, you've been carrying your phone in a bag, or cupping your jewels all day to protect them from radiation - rejoice, an alternative solution is here. Wireless Armour plans to protect your precious parts from electromagnetic radiation given... >>

Scottevest and ThinkGeek release tech-focused Tropiformer Jacket capable of holding iPad

Scottevest and ThinkGeek release tech-focused Tropiformer Jacket capable of holding iPad

By 9 April 2013

Tech enthusiast brands ThinkGeek and Scottevest have paired up for a new tech-focused jacket that seems perfect for any geek who carriers multiple gadgets every day.  Scottevest is known for its tech-enabled clothing, with support for a lot of different... >>

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny talk cycle tech, training, 'second skin' Adistar apparel and more

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny talk cycle tech, training, 'second skin' Adistar apparel and more

By 2 April 2013

The last time Pocket-lint saw Team GB's cycling team it was to talk about "hot pants" in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games. The leg-warming over-trousers - officially known as Adidas Adipower, to give them their full but ultimately less appealing... >>

Debenhams C.Vox clothing offers handsfree calling and music

Debenhams C.Vox clothing offers handsfree calling and music

By 26 November 2012

Debenhams has launched a new clothing range known as C.Vox (Communiqué Vox) that will allow you to hook-up your phone or MP3 player for calling and music on the move. The range consists of jackets, gilets and hoodies for adults and children and lets... >>

TshirtOS might help with your dance moves, sadly not let you pick up girls

TshirtOS might help with your dance moves, sadly not let you pick up girls

By 2 November 2012

TShirtOS is the high-tech washable T-shirt that has a built-in flexible display and the ability to talk to your phone so you can share Twitter updates, Facebook posts or Instagram pictures. Created by Ballantine's whisky and clothing company CuteCurcuit,... >>

Team GB cycling 'hot pants' hope to power World Records, and Gold

Team GB cycling 'hot pants' hope to power World Records, and Gold

By 2 August 2012

After Mark Cavendish failed to place on the podium at the men's Olympic road race, the UK let out a sigh of disappointment. But there are plenty of other cycling events that Team GB will undertake, away from the road on the velodrome track. And Adidas,... >>

Best umbrellas for April, May, June...any showers whatsoever

Best umbrellas for April, May, June...any showers whatsoever

By 18 April 2012

A favourite of commuters, trekkers and Rihanna alike, the humble umbrella always causes a storm at this time of year. Do you need one? Isn't a storm shell more practical? We’ll pass over the fact that most get left in a taxi/pub/bus and stick our neck... >>

Best skiing and snowboarding gear

Best skiing and snowboarding gear

By 23 January 2012

There's one very big problem with winter sports and that's the winter. Winter is, by its nature, a pretty cold and wet affair and if there's two things that the human body is not a bit fan of its being cold and wet, least of all when it happens at the... >>