Devoid of fancy features, this stark black wearable would seem to bank everything on the usefulness of Google's new smartwatch OS.
When's the last time you actually heard a conversation in a noisy restaurant? SoundHawk wants to help you cut through the din to hear what matters.
Here's another ear wearable that tracks your heart rate. But FreeWavz is completely wireless, and uses a pulse oximeter for improved accuracy.
Now you can be a Glass Explorer without sacrificing your feminine fashion sense. But you'll need to pony up major cash for the privilege.
The Android Wear smartwatch operating system is poised to be the star of Google's annual developers' conference. Here's your quick primer before the onslaught of coverage begins.
An increased emphasis on wearables, the living room, and even cars will likely define the keynote of Google's annual developer conference.
Just months after shifting its smartwatch strategy to the Tizen OS, news emerges that Samsung is returning to Team Android in a very showy way.
Once you begin counting up the sensors, it's actually quite easy to get to 10. But you can forget about a blood-glucose sensor outright.
If a recent report proves true, we'll see Apple announce a wearable expressly designed for health, wellness and quantified-self data collection.
Lending credibility to the spate of iWatch rumors, Reuters references anonymous sources saying Taiwan's Quanta will mass-produce the mythical smartwatch.
In Episode 6 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips riffs on iWatch development, wearables at Google I/O, and a breathing monitor that should never have been made.
Google's smartglasses have become a joke for mainstream consumers, but Glass might find real salvation in the enterprise space.
Apple gets all the credit for inventing the tablet category, but Microsoft pioneered the concept 10 years ago. We give you the HP Compaq TC1100.
In Episode 5 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips passes judgement on the Google Glass movie theater imbroglio and other wearable matters.
Borrowing a page from the Google Glass Explorer program, Razer is tapping third-party app developers and passionate users to build a better activity-tracking wristband.