Kickstarter success story Pebble, one of the first truly consumer-friendly smartwatches on the market, just went mainstream via a partnership with Best Buy.
One clever developer has come up with a way to replicate the experience of playing the classic game Battleship using Google Glass.
In what appears to be a general response to questions about the privacy issues surrounding Glass, Google has posted a new set of Frequently Asked Questions to address the public's concerns.
Foxconn, the company best known for manufacturing a good deal of Apple's hardware, has unveiled its own smartwatch device.
An international group of researchers have unveiled a new kind of contact lens that contains a telescopic component that could offer enhanced eyesight in the near future.
Recon Instruments has just unveiled a device that could prove to be the first truly affordable heads-up display ready for commercial use, even before Google's Glass.
A team of researchers have developed a new kind of exoskeleton that enhances the wearer's performance without the slow, robotic movements and bulky frame common in similar devices.
Ying Gao designed dresses that move and light up when someone looks at them.
The smartwatch wars are in full swing and the latest entrant claims to be able to let you operate your wearable computer through voice and gesture commands.
Researchers in the Netherlands have come up with a new kind of garment that combines solar power with futuristic fashion to make anyone a walking power plant.