What, do you think Jawbone will be using its new pile of money for Bluetooth headset R&D?
Nothing about current sensor technology or the wearables space in general tells us that Apple can roll in and dominate.
Sorry, but $150 is too much to pay for a "smart running watch" that's really just a display and remote for your phone.
Manufacturers are primed to release so many smartwatches, smartglasses, and activity trackers that you'll quickly run out of enough body parts to support them all.
We've spent the past week in Las Vegas looking at the products unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. These 10 stand out from the crowd.
From smartwatches to smartglasses to wrist-worn activity trackers, wearables helped define CES 2014—and taught us a few things about product design.
The WellShell is a compact, palm-sized device with an OLED display that you use to do isometric exercises with guidance from your smartphone and its app.
By pairing heart rate monitoring with data storage, Epson adds a new twist to the wrist-worn activity tracking market.
Software update shares insights on deep, light, and REM sleep—automatically, with no button push required.
Don't let last year's flawed technology get you down. At this year's CES, the industry will rally around wearables with new smartwatches, activity trackers and smartglasses.