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Deliveries will start in late July, which is slightly later than what Pebble originally proposed, the company said Monday.
Misfit's step counter and sleep tracking can now sync with Android phones, though support for the Pebble Time's color screen is still missing.
Google's smartwatch software could undergo even more interface changes, with greater emphasis on customization.
A privacy group is calling for an investigation by the U.S. FTC and DOJ
Microsoft Research believes that the key to extending wearable battery life is eliminating writing data to and from flash memory, using a system called WearDrive.
Microsoft is also opening its Health Cloud platform to outside developers, allowing them to integrate fitness data into their Microsoft Band apps.
A new business version of Google Glass will sport a larger prism display and an Intel Atom processor, reports suggest.
British school children around age 11 and 12 are about to get a free micro-PC to learn how to code.
Fitbit's fitness trackers may have outsold the Apple Watch in May, according to a research firm.
First Flight is a platform designed to take in-house ideas from the planning stage to initial sales.
A new generation of drones is smaller and more affordable, but has serious drawbacks.
The new cars are on public streets around Google's headquarters in Mountain View, and we caught up with them.
The Google-funded startup's Neo camera won't compete with the search giant's Jump virtual-reality camera system
Microsoft's design uses lenses that may cost $225 per eye and a high-end 3D printer to produce the lens casing.
Brits will soon be able to buy a $40 wristband to make contactless payments
The ban takes effect at Disneyland and Disney World—and at Disney's Paris and Hong Kong locations—next week.
Apple device owners can get their iPhone, iPad or Watch replaced if it stays below 80 percent battery capacity.