News and Articles About Wearables
If designers are willing to take the risk of pioneering 'smart fashion,' they could tap into multibillion-dollar industry.
Called the SmartEyeGlass, the latest computer for your face will be available in March 2015. And it may be even more awkward-looking than Google Glass.
The struggling tech maker expects to post an annual net loss that's nearly five times more than initially estimated.
Priced at $349 and available in an array of different face and band options, Apples most personal product will arrive early next year.
Revolutionary technology is often introduced doing something so frivolous we overlook its potential.
For HR, the promise of wearable technology offers huge possibilities, particularly for recruiting and hiring.
The impulse may be to rush to market, but taking the time to understand your potential customers will go a long way.
The NBA star has partnered with former NBC executive Stuart Goldfab to create M7 Tech Partners, a venture capital firm that will invest in early-stage startups.
From Android to Wearables to a New Auto Interface, What You Need to Know From Google's I/O Conference
There were a slew of new announcement at the tech giant's annual event. Here's a quick rundown.
Apple's first wearable tech offering will have more than 10 sensors and be designed to work on its own or paired with other Apple devices.
Japanese mobile-carrier DOCOMO unveils its Portable SIM prototype, a wireless-technology device that could make waves in the world of wearables.
It wasn't just a rumor. Google is officially getting into the smartwatch game. Here's the latest on the smart watch everyone's talking about.
But be warned: it's a pretty shaky experience.
The best of both worlds. Have your Google Glass and pay for stuff in Bitcoin too. All you have to do is nod. Well, sort of.
Forget heavy night vision goggles. Scientists are developing a better, lighter way for soldiers to see in the dark.
The tech giant proves that it's also a savvy marketer, planning a one-day, limited-supply offering.
A look at the young companies making it possible to unlock your tech with your face, heart, finger and voice.
Oh, so, Google Glass won't turn you into a creepy, intrusive eyeborg? Right.
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.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Dont be creepy, do explore the world around you, plus all the 'glasshole' etiquette you'll ever need.
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