Some of the most interesting wearables take a step forward.
The wee little module is cute as a button, but powerful.
They see no reason to break their alliances with Google Glass.
So long, Texas Instruments
For wearables you actually want to wear.
More than new iPhones and an iWatch.
Watch out, Moto 360.
What female smartwatch users need to know about the LG G and Android Wear.
The future of media is wearable.
Wireless charging can’t come soon enough for the wearable revolution.
Google gets way, way ahead of itself—and not in a futuristic sort of way.
An expanded software developer kit and better iOS notifications for the smartwatch could spur a variety of new wearable uses.
If I ruled the Glass program, this is what its new hardware would look like.
The Pebble founder talks about how his team created a trendsetting smartwatch and is turning it into a platform.
Google’s new Glassware review process brings a Glass app marketplace one huge step closer to reality.
How to make wearable tech that people want, from folks who should know—the founders of GoPro and the Pebble smartwatch.
The ability to control all your other gadgets, even your car and your house, could be coming to a smartphone near you.
Thanks, but I’ll take open and crowdfunded over proprietary and twice the price—not to mention perpetually out of juice.
What happens when high tech meets high elevation.
The Arm Race is on. Sources tell Bloomberg that Samsung will introduce its new Galaxy Gear device at a press event on September 4.