News and Articles About Wearable Tech
The show may dictate how the next year of technology will look.
There are worse fates that spending a gift card on just the gift you wanted in the first place.
Wearables are an example of technology that won't replace human workers, just make them vastly more effective at their jobs.
Say hello to the Ultimate Holiday Wish List, care of the 'MIT Tech Review'
This list will satisfy the tech lover and most anyone else you need to grab a gift for this year.
As part of the deal, Pebble is expected to stop manufacturing its smartwatches.
Far Out Tech
Maybe someday we'll never have to charge devices ever again.
Snapchat has developed a wearable camera, dubbed Spectacles, which arrives this fall for $130.
Internet of Things
IoT applications are changing the way we shop, grow our food and adjust our home thermostats.
I confess: I own a dumbwatch.
The temporary tattoos let you interact with connected devices, possibly turning your wrist into a smartphone touchpad.
Most sounds, you don't need to hear; some sounds, you need to hear, and Amazon's patent describes smarter headphones that could flip noise cancelling on and off depending on what's around you.
Wearable technology sounds a bit like Big Brother. But, done right, 'wearable data' has the potential to impact real positive change in the office.
The worldwide smartwatch market saw a year-over-year decline of 32 percent, according to IDC.