News and Articles About Wearable Tech
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A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Google has inked a deal with the largest eyewear company in the world to develop Glass devices for Luxottica's Oakley and Ray-Ban brands.
Google's new wearable tech platform looks like it'll blow the current crop of connected wristwear out of the water.
Right out of the gate, Google's new Android-powered wearable device platform gets two big partners.
The tech giant creates a a new platform for its expanding network of wearable devices.
Experts at this SXSW panel delved into the barriers standing in the way of wearables' future and what can be done to overcome them.
One of the latest wearable tech gadgets on the SXSW tradeshow floor lets you use gestures to text, shop and more.
The makers of the Lechal interactive haptic footwear hope the product will serve some social good.
The popular smartwatch also announces partnerships for new, useful Pebble apps.
The wearable tech market is about to get a little more crowded.
From more education apps to iBeacons exploding on the market, 2014 will be a year where mobile will see massive disruption. Here are 10 predictions.
Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo will run on the Tizen open source operating system.
Samsung is opting for an open source OS the company is hoping will give Android some real competition.
Female entrepreneur Erin Reynolds created 'Nevermind,' a video game where players wear heart monitors and their game experience changes based on their level of anxiety. She is raising money to build out the game on Kickstarter.
Wearable tech, especially smart bands and watches, are set to see a growth of 350 percent in 2014.
The British airline hopes to improve customer service through wearable technology.
An interview with Social Media Week founder Toby Daniels.
The agency reportedly obtained the high-tech eyewear through the Google Glass Explorer program. Google says it isnt working on the project with any law enforcement agency.
Yes, this is as far out as it sounds.
New 'Titanium Collection' pairs the internet-connected device with stylish prescription glasses and sunglasses.
One might wonder how a scientist would go about attaching anything to a tiny, buzzing insect. The answer might surprise you.
A designer took a stab at what the still-speculative watch might look like and how it might be able to make calls.
From scheduling oil changes to monitoring you baby's health, new sensors will make your life easier to track in the next few years.
The tech company's latest 'smart' project aims to have serious health benefits.