The Google-designed smartwatch debuted at the firm's annual developers' conference in San Francisco yesterday.
This French-designed, Swiss-made timepiece is the oddest juxtaposition of old and new you're going to see this year — and probably the most beautiful.
Forget smartwatches, wear the stylish Fun-iki glasses that flash various colors in front of your eyes when notifications come into your smartphone.
Paraplegic athletes with no feeling in their legs can't tell when they've been hurt. These pants give them a visual indication.
Less Fitbit, more Creditbit.
A smartwatch that works on its own mobile devices as well as competing ones might be the best wearable of them all.
A new concept for a firefighting exoskeleton could help firemen not only carry heavier loads, but also save more lives.
A textile designer creates experimental fabric with sounds and sensors that can change color based on the environment.
A group of hackers take inspiration from video games to create a working wearable version of the Pip-Boy 3000 for possible future space exploration.
Amazon's new wearable tech storefront suggests that things like smart watches might finally be ready to go mainstream.