HTC improves its industrial design and delivers new depth-of-field camera tricks, along with a gesture-sensing user interface.
Patience, patience, young Explorer. Tomorrow's Glass will be more fashionable than today's.
Google Now cards can appear in your desktop browser, and desktop Google searches will spawn cards on your Android phone.
It's the 'holy grail' of activity-tracking wristbands, but critics say no defensible technology allows activity-tracking wristbands to automatically tell us how many calories are in the food we eat.
Today's Glass Explorer edition will eventually look like a quaint relic of yesteryear, Google shares in a 10-point, myth-busting blog.
You want contextual overlays? Here are your contextual overlays.
The wearables company has already issued a full recall of its activity-tracking wristband. And now this.
Motorola's Jim Wicks describes the inspiration for the smartwatch's circular display, but dangles very few tidbits of specificity about the new device.
Google's smartwatch OS looks breathtaking, but there's still a path for Samsung's Gear devices to capture the public's imagination.
Two videos show the promise of a 'Google Now' watch—and it looks absolutely spectacular.
Is that an instant message? No, it's your life coach giving you a "remote high-five" for exceeding your step-count goals.
Packed with sensors and offering a generous field-of-view, SeeThru has a lot going for it. But will its information overlays ultimately prove useful or distracting?
PCs are losing relevance, and Intel is struggling for a foothold in phones. So why not go straight to wearables, and get in on the ground floor of The Next Big Thing?
Android Police releases images of an ostensibly Motorola-designed Google smartwatch prototype.
Yep, it includes a heart-rate sensor too.