After weeks of waiting, Pebble has appealed to backers for help.
Think Legos for your wrist.
And this is just the beginning, with WWDC right around the corner.
Where once there were three, now two remain.
A look at the skunkworks team’s smarter smart fibers, wearable radar, and more.
A sighting of the first Windows 10 Mobile superphone.
Two carmakers get ready to hit the gas with Apple and Google’s car tech.
The super-dongle gets video queuing and multi-user support for games.
An open-source answer for the question of how we’ll get VR.
Android Pay, app permissions, fingerprint support …
Better fatten up that Google wallet (or Android Pay).
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The acquisition brings computer vision expertise to the VR company.
Samsung’s not giving up on Tizen anytime soon.
Force Touch on iPhones and iPads could change the way we use apps.
The $79 Arduino kit is the latest low-cost tool for tinkerers.
Vergence Labs cofounder Erick Miller speaks at Wearable World Congress.
She runs a big hardware accelerator, too, so listen up.
Can a wearable start an environmental movement?
Hands across the water, apps across the sky.