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Intel threw an event in San Francisco to recognize the winners of its first-ever wearables competition. We spoke with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and asked him about the company's wearables strategy.
The MB Chronowing trades functionality for looks, and will sell for $350.
The standalone smartwatch launches next week after two months of teasing, but service doesn't come cheap.
Contactless device would send data to the cloud for analysis and show users' fatigue levels
The Microsoft Band smartwatch is designed both for life at and outside of work, with run tracking, sleep monitoring, plus a customized Intelligence Engine that can modify and suggest workouts—as well as email, texts, and even Cortana.
Bootleg recording paranoia reaches new heights as the movie industry places a ban on wearable devices like Google Glass. Not that the battery would last through a full film anyway.
Fit tracks physical activity and serves as a hub for other health apps
The phone should be hitting Verizon stores soon, complete with Motorola's battery-replenishing, super charger.
There's no price or release date, only a promise to track your health and skip the Windows password prompt.
The fitness tracking heavyweight resists the race to the bottom with three new devices, including one with smartwatch features.
The octa-core Nuclun microprocessor may help LG diversify amid competition
The 2015 Honda Legend will have millimeter-wave radar and a windshield camera
As the holiday season approaches, PC makers are starting to clear their shelves. Here are three must-see deals on PCs you can score if you act fast.