From Fuelbands to Google Glass, there's a lot of wearable tech out there. But Sensoria's Smart Sock has soft textile sensors woven into the garment, giving a very specific look at your workouts. It's washable and, although it requires an ankle bracelet to provide power and syncing capabilities, it's a big step toward inconspicuous smart clothes.
In other news, Architizer gets a redesign, and Saks sells to Hudson's Bay. See the headlines after the jump.
• Beyond Nike+: This Smart Sock Tracks Workouts, And It’s Washable | Co.Design
• Architizer Relaunches To Connect Architects With Other Architects, And Brands, And Clients Too! | TechCrunch
• Saks Sells Itself to Hudson’s Bay, Owner of Lord & Taylor | NYTimes.com