Wearables

Wearables

The Future of Wearables Depends on an Entirely New Business Model

Those in the seamless technology business need to put on their smarty pants and drive the marginal lifestyle cost of their products to zero.
Personal Health

This Wearable Gadget Alerts You If You're Getting Too Much Sun

L'Oreal has developed a stretchable skin sensor designed to monitor ultraviolet light exposure via a wearable it is calling My UV Patch.
CES 2016

At CES, Belty's Upgrade Includes New Look and Vibration Functionality

The smart self-adjusting belt can now bug you to drink more water and nag you to get up and walk around.
CES 2016

This Bike Headset Warns About Traffic Behind You

At CES 2016 Garmin unveiled its Varia Vision, a wearable tech that keeps cyclists safe and informed, among other accessories.
Innovation Now

Ladies: This 'Smart' Menstrual Product Texts You From Down There

Loon Labs's Looncup, crushing it on Kickstarter now, takes the fear of accidents out of your monthly cycle.
Innovation Now

The Future of the Internet of Things Will Be 'Notification Hell' Before It Gets Better

By 2025, the connectivity of our physical world to the Internet could be worth more than $11 trillion per year, according to a new report. To get there, the industry will need to evolve.
Innovation Now

This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It Is

The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
Innovation Now

This Is What It's Like to Strap a Microsoft HoloLens on Your Face (VIDEO)

Microsoft has released a new video showing doctors and med students manipulating holographic 'cadavers' through the augmented reality headset.
Innovation Now

These New Earbuds Let You Adjust the Volume of Everything Around You

Doppler Labs' new invention can help you turn down the volume of a concert in real time.
Ecommerce

How Ecommerce Marketers Are Adapting to the Apple Watch

Apple's ballyhooed watch offers new ways to connect with customers, if they allow your brand onto that little screen.
Dogs

Old Dog, New Pics: This New Nikon Camera Case Let's Your Pup Snap Photos

Pho-dog-raphy is nothing to bark at, humans. It packs all the feels.
Legal

Jawbone Accuses Fitbit of Stealing Confidential Company Information Via Poached Employees

Earlier this year, according to the suit, Fitbit contacted one-third of Jawbone's workforce -- several of whom downloaded sensitive documents before being hired away.
100 Brilliant Companies

100 Brilliant Companies to Watch

Here are the companies that represent the problem-solving, void-filling, consumer-driven landscape of entrepreneurship today.