Bioengineers at the University of California have created a fabric that automatically drains perspiration from your body.
Rice University students create a kinetic energy shoe attachment that can power small electronics.
These augmented reality glasses could be the future of taking your interactive gaming experience out into the real world.
In a letter directed to Google CEO Larry Page, members of Congress have asked that the company answer questions regarding how the device addresses privacy concerns.
The Google I/O conference has already revealed several cool new products, but it a meet up with co-founder Sergey Brin offered a real hint at what's next for Google Glass.
Concept video shows off how Google Glass might work once its software ecosystem is fully stocked with innovative apps.
While "clunky" might be the first word that comes to mind when viewing this AR headset, "awesome" is a close second.
The best look into what Google Glass can really do. (Hint: it's kind of amazing).
A former Lebanon-based pro swimmer has come up with a new device that makes tracking your swimming performance a lot easier.
An early Glass wearer reveals what Google's 'Genius Bar' equivalent looks like when you first meet the team and pick up the device.