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The new service offers a seven-day trial on Pebble, Jawbone and more, but charges $20 if you don't make a purchase.
An upcoming wearable promises to give you more energy and help you sleep better--if you can endure a bit of discomfort along the way.
It's not enough to track steps anymore.The latest wearables are extremely mission-specific, aimed at narrow sports categories instead of general fitness.
Social inequality and Colombia's drug problems are among the topics being asked about
A survey found that employees are eager to incorporate these devices into their work, but aren't sure how useful they'll be
The Fiebot robot is more like an adjustable tripod to take selfies. But who cares? Because selfies, right?
CISPA is back! ... Snowden says hack-backs are a bad choice ... Google wants a cut of the US insurance market... and more
Total sales in the Nook division were down by more than half and content sales dropped 25 percent.
The new feature gives the periscope-shaped 'action camera' a tiny leg up over the GoPro.
This technology can charge computers and electric cars alike.
LG is already making Android Wear devices, but the company hopes it can also make a few webOS wearables as well.
The first FDA-approved robotic exoskeleton is literally changing lives.
The Anova looks a bit like a hand mixer, but it circulates water and monitors temperature for you. Best of all, it's affordable.
The prototype glasses overlay navigation information at a CES demonstration.
Razer joins the $50 wearable fray with fitness tracking and notification alerts, but neglects a few obvious features along the way.