News and Articles About Wearable Tech
Tech lovers desperate to get their hands on Google's wearable computer may soon have the chance that is, if they know the right people.
As the wearable tech market heats up, the tech giant is reportedly experimenting with a heads-up device of its own.
Despite all the hype, these are the big things wearable technologies will need to overcome in order to become an essential part of people's daily lives.
No matter what time of day it is, Filip Industries wants to help you keep tabs on your kids.
The market for devices like smartwatches and computerized glasses is about to get really hot.
Google Glass users that have paired Glass with an Android device will be able to see public transit directions on the device.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
The hot new tech gadget could have potential uses in the fast-growing health-care industry. Here's a look at the pros and cons.
The tech giant is the first among its competitors to release a smartwatch device to consumers.
A new patent points to Google charging advertisers based on when users actually look at an advertisement.
Here's a look at one designer's vision for the forthcoming smartwatch.
Google isn't the only company investing in wearable computing devices. Telepathy is an upstart with a device of its own.
Called 'Galaxy Gear,' the wristwatch-like gadget will run on the Android operating system.
The tech giant's smart watch likely won't launch until the end of 2014 at the earliest.
While Google Glass is being touted as the next big thing in technology and much of the media has pulled out their pom-poms, here are a few reasons young entrepreneurs should wait to purchase the device.
It still faces hurdles, but the computerized glasses have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact socially.
The tech giant responds to fears that the computerized eyewear could pull up unauthorized personal information on individuals.
Mary Meeker's 'Internet Trends' report heralds hands-free tech as the next big thing.
At the D: All Things Digital conference, Cook hinted at future Apple products and spoke on issues such as acquisitions and taxes.
We look at how one startup with a product similar to Google's Glass plans to leverage the tech giant's publicity push -- and how you can, too.
Despite some drawbacks, Google's futuristic eyewear can be an indispensable travel device.
In a letter to chief executive Larry Page, lawmakers demand answers on how the tech giant plans to protect citizens' private data.
From eliminating web search to streamlining email, how Google's computerized glasses can improve your productivity.
A look at four types of devices that are pushing the boundaries of mobile capabilities.
Here are some initial impressions of Google's much-anticipated computerized glasses.