While the Food and Drug Administration has spent decades regulating medicine and pharmaceuticals, the agency is changing with the times. To keep pace with emerging technologies, the FDA now regulates everything from vape pens and wearables to other health-related Internet of Things devices. That might seem like a leap for the long-standing agency, but it has […]
Crowdfunding is a noisy, cruel and crowded place, particularly in hardware where some ideas soar to great fruition and others bomb abysmally. There there’s those that leverage a decent amount of support but are hampered by long delays. Many of those funded struggle to scale and bring their creations to market in a timely manner, […]
There’s a growing market for people that love tech and pets
Wearables, fitness trackers, and GPS all contribute.
We celebrate innovation—most of the time.
Some of the most interesting wearables take a step forward.
How Moodmetric’s wearable aims to help users stay level and balanced.
Apple is challenging the leader, but hasn’t beaten it yet.
What about wheelchairs?
Q&A with Benjamin Hubert, founder of Layer.
Rounder on the outside, still Tizen software on the inside.
Watch features reserved for Apple are now open.
Hear more at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
Hear him speak at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
New gadgets, new mysteries!
Android Wear watches will work without smartphones nearby soon
It’s all right there in Wired’s “inside look” at the Apple Watch.
It’s personal, but not essential—and many will likely set it aside.
It’s got a color screen, voice and a new operating system.
Its weak battery could cripple the fancy iOS wrist gadget.