The air in Beijing is now so bad that some residents are using a contraption that looks not entirely dissimilar to stripped-down space helmet.
A new report from a Bloomberg source claims the rumored iWatch will have features that complement the iPhone and will arrive sometime this year.
Leap Motion made waves last year with its gesture controller, but a new wearable style controller may end up becoming even more popular with early adopters plunging into the next phase of interface design.
Google Glass is coming out sooner than we expected. It'll cost less, too.
Pulse is a game designed to literally get your heart beating, although it really should be already.
The arena of wearable tech is evolving every day, but a new video from Under Armour indicates that the future of fitness may be more tech-enabled than many of us might guess.
Robot spiders can be viewed as incredible displays of insectoid mechanics, or chilling metallic avatars. Either way, here's one that's been made into a dress.
Some of the coolest sci-fi medical scenes show an injured person being monitored via some sort of slick visual interface controlled by a handheld device. Now a new product brings us a huge step closer towards that reality by delivering a wearable health monitor that doctors can check from their smartphones.
The FlyVIZ headset may not make you stronger than a speeding bullet, or faster than a tall building, or able to leap locomotives in a single bound, but it will give you the superpower of being able to see all around you at once. What does this mean? You can dodge balls thrown at you from behind! Take that, evil Throwing-Balls-At-People-From-Behind Man!
No matter how many advances in tech we experience, music and how to experience remains a constant. Now a new kind of speaker concept that literally puts sounds on your feet envisions an entirely new take on the concept of a mobile DJ.