Google Glass hasn't even hit the consumer market yet, and its successor already has Google's monkeys, we mean, engineers working into the wee hours of the morning.
A new smartwatch from a tech startup will get up to a month's worth of battery life. Plus, it's waterproof, will work with all three major smartphone operating systems and can be wirelessly charged.
Some promotional photos and specs just came to light, with or without Fitbit's permission.
Translating on the fly might become a whole lot easier with NTT Docomo's new spectacles.
For those lucky (read: rich) enough to own Google Glass, it now doesn't cost any extra money to connect the dang thing to the Internet via a smartphone or tablet.
This bracelet will secure your identity and take the place of your wallet, car keys, passwords and more with a wave of your hand.
DARPA's Warrior Web suit is designed to assist soldiers in carrying heavy loads to minimize injuries.
Kapture is a wristwatch that combines our love of timepieces and having our every word on tape.
An app maker known for its virtual tour guide software designed for mobile devices has just unveiled a version of the app for Google Glass.
A new smartwatch offers a water-resistant device that also allows the wearer to operate the device as a mini-computer as opposed to as an add-on to your existing smartphone.