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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

· 3 min read

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.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 4 min read

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.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 3 min read

Attention 'Glassholes': No More Wearing Your Face Computer to the Movies

It's not just bad etiquette -- it's now officially banned by the Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners.

Laura Entis

· 2 min read

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

· 2 min read

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

· 3 min read

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.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 4 min read

As Wearables Get Hot, These 6 Industries Are Poised to Capitalize

The wearables revolution is coming. Here are the top industries that will cash in on the skyrocketing trend, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Kim Lachance Shandrow

· 5 min read

Why the Gap Between Fashion and Tech Still Exists

If designers are willing to take the risk of pioneering 'smart fashion,' they could tap into multibillion-dollar industry.

Gary Lipovetsky

· 5 min read

Struggling Sony Reveals Its Answer to Google Glass

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.

Laura Entis

· 2 min read

Will Sony Get Its Groove Back?

The struggling tech maker expects to post an annual net loss that's nearly five times more than initially estimated.

Arjun Kharpal

· 4 min read