We already know that your phone has become uber smart. Your other devices, including thermostats are just about making the transition to sentient beings, it is about time you clothes got some of that hot smartness into them, and we are not simply talking of its sharp cuts.
Scientists have discovered a way to make transistors, the building blocks of computer chips, out of cotton. This would not be the first instance of organic chip making, but the fact that cotton is plentiful, so much so that sometimes its needs to be destroyed just to keep the prices from going down, makes it an ideal substance for a special type of transistors.
Scientists coated gold nano particles, semiconductive and conductive polymers in a super thin layer to preserve its flexibility. This resulted in an transistor that can be used in circuits sewn into your shirts, pants, and any type of clothing.