Perhaps in response to the privacy concerns surrounding Glass, Google has announced a new policy regarding facial recognition apps.
Motorola's CEO and head of research at revealed pretty ambitious plans for the company that includes some of the most cutting-edge authentication tech: electronic tattoos and sensor pills.
Apple's Tim Cook gave the first official response from the company regarding the much talked about Google Glass device and his verdict might surprise some.
A new prototype wearable swimming monitor works to prevent drowning by sending an alert to a connected base station.
Bioengineers at the University of California have created a fabric that automatically drains perspiration from your body.
Rice University students create a kinetic energy shoe attachment that can power small electronics.
These augmented reality glasses could be the future of taking your interactive gaming experience out into the real world.
In a letter directed to Google CEO Larry Page, members of Congress have asked that the company answer questions regarding how the device addresses privacy concerns.
The Google I/O conference has already revealed several cool new products, but it a meet up with co-founder Sergey Brin offered a real hint at what's next for Google Glass.
Concept video shows off how Google Glass might work once its software ecosystem is fully stocked with innovative apps.