I'm partial to Eureka myself. But it really isn't hardcore sci-fi, but more like sci-fi comedy.
"They want to use the human skeleton to transmit commands reliably and securely to wearable gadgets and medical implants. Their research, funded by Microsoft and Texas Instruments, could also lead to new ways for people with disabilities to control devices such as computers and PDAs.
Stellar rays prove fibbing never pays. Embezzlement is another matter.