Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein introduced legislation that would ban people from wearing Google Glass while driving.
Misfit Wearable’s Shine is finally taking a much-needed jump to Android.
The company’s catchy tagline is that it’s “taking your smartphone to med school.”
A survey by Baidu shows that Chinese consumers are aware of wearable devices such as smart watches and fitness bands, and many of them are interested in purchasing one in the near future.
With the TapTap wristband, ”I love you” could one day look — and feel – more like .. / .-.. — …- . / -.– — ..-.
NeuroSky today secured an undisclosed sum from Softbank, a Japanese corporation, in a round that chief executive Stanley Yang describes as ”strategic.”
Update: Google has officially announced Android KitKat’s features, confirming everything in this report.
I’m not sure why the Cyclops Cap exists, but I’m glad it does, if only because the pitch video (filled with dancing, explosions, and questionable English) puts a giddy smile on my face.
All those wearable devices hitting the market are going to make a lot of people flithy rich.
Kid-friendly smartwatch Filip finally has its carrier partner — AT&T.
While Google Glass has captured the minds and imaginations of many in the tech world, most of us still aren’t sure what we’d use it for.
DC to VC, which took place in Santa Clara this afternoon, is organized by the Health 2.0 conference and Canvas, the health and IT-focused venture fund formerly known as Morganthaler Ventures.
If you don’t understand why a baby would need a wearable device, chances are you don’t have kids.
Pebble’s smartwatch was one of the first and most successful Kickstarter campaigns in history. Today founder Eric Migicovsky talked about the state of Pebble, smartwatches, and wearables.
Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
Even in its unfinished state, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear tells us a lot about where the emerging smartwatch industry is going
Looks like Apple grabbed Jay Blahnik, a well-known fitness expert who has worked with big-name companies like Nike on its wearables products.
Guest Post For all the hype, smartwatches as we’re thinking of them will likely fail.
Quantified selfers, there’s money to be made from your love of data. Fitbit, the fitness gadget maker that collects data about your exercise activities, received $43 million in funding today, according to an SEC filing.
Wearable computers have generated a good deal of hype and crowdfunding dollars, but it’s still early days for this technology.