We're so tied to our mobile gadgets today that we might as well call them wearable.
YC startup Thalmic Labs has raised $14.5 million in venture capital for MYO- an armband that lets you wirelessly control your computer, phone, or other digital devices.
The wearable computing space is intensely interesting to Apple, Cook said, calling it "ripe for exploration." In fact, Apple sees it as the next evolution in the post-PC world -- as game-changing as the smartphone or the tablet.
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We're only four months into 2013, and yet it already seems clear that this is going to be the year of rampant smartwatch speculation.
In 2013, we'll download ten apps for every single woman, man, and child on planet Earth.
Those who are waiting for the hotly anticipated Google Glass, the wearable computing gadget from Google, should start saving money for it now.
The latest marketing video for Project Glass, Google's ambitious wearable display, finally shows off its awesome potential.
This headset-based computer is being designed for harsh environments and remote locations -- a firefighter could use it to identify toxic chemicals or building blueprints during a fire. And a field technician repairing a car could use it to access repair manuals.
If anyone has deep thoughts about the future of advertising, Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen would be among them.
While the era of wearable computing has just begun, cyborg Steve Mann says it's our unavoidable future.
When developers finally get their $1,500 Project Glass units next year, they’ll be prime targets for envious gadget geeks, spies from rival companies, or anyone looking to make a quick buck. Luckily for them, it looks like Google has come …
Just days after Google demoed wearable computing platform Project Glass by spectacularly skydiving from a blimp and biking and rappelling down a building, Olympus has hastily announced an “ultra-compact wearable display prototype.”
Olympus’ model, however, is not much more than …
Michael Abrash, a top video game technical expert, has begun a research project to create “wearable computing” for video game publisher Valve.
Valve’s Abrash described the project he is working on in a new employee blog post according to Kotaku. …
The next wave of computer innovation might be heading to the runway — or at least your wardrobe — if tech titans Apple and Google have anything to say about it.
With wearable computing, both companies are aiming to boost …