We chat with Steve Mann about Glass, privacy, and the benefits of wearable tech.
Current smartwatches and activity trackers show promise, but none are perfect—leaving a gaping opportunity for Apple to swoop in and dominate.
Is Google Glass a gimmick or the next revolution in post-PC computing? Time will be the judge, because the head-mounted augmented reality device isn't even widely available yet.
With the next wave in consumer electronics expected to be wearable gadgets, researchers are evaluating the use of thought-based authentication with the technology.
Businesses weigh a Google Glass ban, concerned that the wearable computers will be used to secretly film people.
A smartwatch is a wristwatch device that connects to the Internet, directly or via a smartphone, and runs apps.
Smartphones and tablets may be the focus at Mobile World Congress, but there's a definite interest in watches that can connect to your mobile device. Here are three smartwatches that caught our eye on on the show floor.
The combo of compass, accelerometer, and gyroscope is moving beyond gaming into other devices and apps.
The Pebble is a cool, geeky electronic watch that might end up being a whole lot more if the company can make good on its software promises.