Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
The wait may finally be over to check out the next phase of Android.
Beaded bands bring a more feminine look to the male-obsessed smartwatch market.
If the breakthrough battery tech hits mainstream it could revolutionize electric cars—and end the forced obsolescence of smartphones.
What's wrong with wearables? Not enough of them are real products, and many may never be. And if there's one thing a new market doesn't need, it's vaporware.
An upcoming firmware update could bring lots of new capabilities to Google’s smartwatch platform
The face-recognition cameras could be used for video games and child monitoring
“It ended up just not being ready,” a company executive said.
Vendors at Ceatec look beyond traditional screens
Using an off the shelf webcam and a custom algorithm, a Fujitsu prototype can take your pulse without touching you.
An animatronic dinosaur grooved to the sounds of Japanese pop group at the 2014 Ceatec exhibition outside Tokyo.
Fujitsu has developed a small sensor that can tell which products you're most interested in.
The IoT interoperability group has formed a special lighting working group
Japan's 16Lab thinks its controller ring's components are a differentiator.
The solar-powered beacon pings paired iPhones over Bluetooth LE, and the Kickstarter-funded project plans to launch an API to add more functions.
Face for Wear is becoming a go-to source for customized Android Wear faces.
The glasses use a projector like Google Glass but aren't wireless.