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It's still not the final consumer version, but a higher resolution and positional tracking make the Oculus Rift dev kit 2 far superior to the first version.
The company joins quest to ensure interoperability as more devices become connected
Until the Moto 360 arrives "later this summer," the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are all we have. Too bad they're almost too similar to pick a clear winner.
Get a look at upcoming offerings from LG, Samsung, Motorola and Asus. It's Smartwatchapalooza!
Startups joined established tech industry players at CE Week in New York to show off a range of wearables, 4K displays, and smart home appliance products.
Device managers can brand their hardware, but "otherwise it should be the same" says Google engineering director David Burke.
The company aims for a prettier and more consistent look for software with Android L
Google I/O 2014 is so much more than a developer's conference. It's a State of the Union address on all things Googly—and this is how you can interpret what went down.
The partnership with Google makes sense, analysts say, and allows Intel to enter the TV market without supplying content.
With instant voice-controlled search, messaging and more on your wrist, Android Wear changes the game. But 'OK Google' could be the second-coming of Glassholism.
Google's developer conference kicked off Wendesday in San Francisco with a focus on in-car technology, wearables and a new mobile OS.
Devoid of fancy features, this stark black wearable would seem to bank everything on the usefulness of Google's new smartwatch OS.
Jon Phillips and Florence Ion look at all the big announcements from Google I/O.
No more siloed smart-fitness stuff. Google's taking an inclusive approach, allowing developers to plug into a common fitness platform so your apps can share data and give you a more complete view.
Google took the wraps off Android Wear at its I/O conference, and watches from LG and Samsung are available for preorder.