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This Startup Wants to Turn Your Rolex Into a Smartwatch

Dying to get text and email notifications on your luxury watch? One new company thinks it has the solution.

Jason Fell

Intel's Upscale Bracelet Has Google Alerts, AT&T Data Plan

Aimed at fashion-conscious women, the bracelets represent an attempt to stand out in a growing field of often-clunky smartwatches.

Reuters

Move Over DNA, Your Wearable Data Could Soon Be Used in the Courtroom

A Canadian personal injury case making use of a plaintiff's Fitbit data could set a global precedent.

Nina Zipkin

The Future of Google Glass Is Looking a Little Cloudy

Many developers and early Glass users are losing interest in the much-hyped, $1,500 test version of the product.

Reuters

U.S. FTC Asking Apple About Health Data Protection

The commission is seeking assurances from Apple that it will prevent people's private health data from being used without their consent.

Reuters

Where to Stash That Cryptocash? This Man Put It Under His Skin.

Martijn Wismeijer keeps his Bitcoin handy -- right between his thumb and index finger.

Gold? Silver? Pffft. This Necklace Is Pure Illumination.

This high-tech necklace is made out of light and morphs with your every move. You have to see it to believe it.

Jawbone Launches New Wearable Fitness Trackers

The new devices can track details of workouts, hours slept and heart rate.

Reuters

Apple Watch Launch Said to Be Delayed Until Spring

The hold-up could cause ripple effects for the smartwatch industry.

Meet Microsoft Band, the $199 Fitness Tracker That Also Works With iOS and Android

Here's a look at the tech company's first major wearable fitness device.

Dave Smith

Will the Workplace Lead Wearable Technology Adoption?

Experts say adoption of wearables at work will outpace it at home thanks to improved safety, productivity, and collaboration.

Heather Clancy

This Mighty Exoskeleton Can Give You Superhuman Strength (Sort Of)

Anyone who wears this rugged exosuit will be able to lift heavy tools and objects like they're feathers.