What used to be a wired, clunky headset has been reborn as a sexy new AR wearable.
Microsoft has invented a bra that can help you stop emotionally eating by sending your smartphone a text to kill that cookie craving. Men: the company's working on something for you.
Notch combines the concept of wearable technology with sensors that precisely track and capture body movement.
They'll cost you more than a buck and a coupon from the back of a comic book, but they actually work. Sort of.
Conversing naturally with a hearing-impaired individual is now possible with the help of the wearable Sign Language Ring, which translates their gestures into speech in real-time.
Reaching out and touching someone just got a whole lot more tech-inclusive.
Gesture controlled augmented reality could soon be right before your eyes.
All Glass Explorers are eligible for a one-time swap for the newer hardware.
This prototype bracelet can keep you comfortable by heating or cooling just your wrists.
This isn't your girlfriend's makeup; conductive eyeshadow, fake eyelashes and acrylic nails allow drone activation, turn on an LED light show and might even unlock doors, literally.