Intelligent algorithms can elevate communiques from important people, and suppress the emails and texts that can wait for later. But why is reQall launching on the Sony Smartwatch platform?
If only for a day, Google has changed the Glass narrative from something that can get you in trouble to something that makes you look incredibly cool.
New Android and iOS apps will share REM sleep data for users of the B1 and Carbon Steel Edition Basis bands.
Manufacturers are primed to release so many smartwatches, smartglasses, and activity trackers that you'll quickly run out of enough body parts to support them all.
From smartwatches to smartglasses to wrist-worn activity trackers, wearables helped define CES 2014—and taught us a few things about product design.
They're still in a prototype stage, but these smartglasses give you a fighting chance of not being called a glasshole when you wear them in public.
Tracking activity levels, sleep patterns, and heart and respiratory rates, the Voyce collar helps your pal Spot become a quantified dog.
By pairing heart rate monitoring with data storage, Epson adds a new twist to the wrist-worn activity tracking market.
Kolibree's sensor-packed electric toothbrush knows exactly when you're naughty and nice (to your teeth).
Iconic smartwatch pioneer shows it won't willingly cede mindshare in the ever-hotter wearables market.
Long-time PC and tablet mainstay finally brings a smartphone to the United States market—and it's full of Asus' trademark quirkiness.
Don't let last year's flawed technology get you down. At this year's CES, the industry will rally around wearables with new smartwatches, activity trackers and smartglasses.
We love the Jawbone UP24, Fitbit Force, and Basis B1 Band. But each tracker presents its own unique pluses and minuses.
Don't let the keyboard cover fool you. This Windows RT upstart is nothing like its direct in-house competition.
Finally: Jawbone adds Bluetooth syncing to its simple, understated wrist band.