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.
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.