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Research firm IDC says simple activity trackers are leading the charge, while face computers like Google Glass will face slower adoption.
The Nest Wave feature could delay the sounding of an alarm in an emergency, the company said
Most April Fools' Day jokes barely merit a groan, but these ten are worth a smile.
Targets gets white plastic as a limited-time retail exclusive, but no Pebble Steel.
Glyph is a set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see its display.
Write messages, make mobile payments, and control appliances with a wave of this wearable device.
The wearables company has already issued a full recall of its activity-tracking wristband. And now this.
Developer Craig Hockenberry takes a look at the rumors of an Apple smartwatch, but suggests that the company may be looking in a different direction of wearables.
It looks like a regular smartphone case. But Wello is embedded with a plate containing sophisticated sensors that can detect vital signs as you hold your phone.
Correct your form, avoid injury, and actually improve with actionable data that goes so far beyond how many steps you took.
Whether the wearable irritated your skin or not, you can collect a full refund.
Meet CuffLinc. It provides simple notifications and security alerts via stylish bracelets and pendents.
Packed with advanced sensors, the Basis B1 band could help juice Apple's portfolio. Or Google's. Or Samsung's. Or Microsoft's.