A group of Canadian researchers have taken the emerging art of crafting unique, 3D-printed prosthetics and used it to create instruments that allow dancers to make music as they move.
A team from Italy has introduced a new kind of wearable computer that appears similar to Google Glass, but doesn't require cloud integration and comes at a fraction of the price.
Researchers are already on to their next wearable tech victims: our pets.
Samsung's Young Sohn unveils phone concepts at the MobileBeat conference.
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.