Never one to be left behind on a tech trend, Samsung is developing its own eyewear to take on Google Glass, a recent patent application has revealed.
The Korean giant's system looks similar to Google's according to the filing.
“This design is of a type [of glasses] with earphones integrated, allowing [users] to take phone calls and listen to music during workouts,” a memo attached says.
Who knows, maybe we'll see the Samsung head-gear soon.
A tweet too far?
If Instagramming every single meal just isn't enough any more, a Greek PR firm has revealed the ultimate in oversharing - a bra that tweets every time it's taken or or off.
OgilvyOne Athens designed the special high-tech bra as part of a new campaign for Nestle Fitness, and to promote breast cancer awareness.
The campaign centers around Greek actress Maria Bakodimou and will last for two weeks. A dedicated website for the campaign includes tips for performing self-examinations and, of course, a Twitter account for the social bra.
Looking uncannily like the display of a Daft Punk member's helmet, the JBL Pulse lets you relive the days of rave in the comfort of your own home.
Complete with garish lights, which JBL assures us creates 'a party on the go', the Pulse syncs its light display to your music.
The Bluetooth gadget can even download new light shows online, and JBL says it'll give you 10 hours of music, or 5 hours of lights and music.
Marvel's magic pen
Comic fans rejoice - you can now attempt to create your own superhero with this Marvel branded stylus and accompanying app.
Luckily for the less able among us, the US$35 ($44) Marvel Creativity Studio is also able to teach you how to draw your favorite superheroes, such as The Avengers and Spider-Man.
There's also a Disney app available, letting you draw Mickey & Co.