Kopin today introduced the Golden-I Infinity smart screen, a voice and gesture-controlled wearable device that works with Android and Windows 10 devices.
A company called SpeedForce is launching a crowdfunding campaign for a device that will track your fitness data on your bicycle.
Apple set a release date for WatchOS 2 and introduced new features and peripherals for its latest version of Apple TV.
At IFA in Berlin, Samsung announced its latest smartwatch, the circular Gear S2. It comes in two flavors, the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic, with pricing and availability TBA.
Razer's Nabu X forsakes a screen and utilizes vibration and three LED lights to provide notifications on your phone while also tracking your fitness activities throughout the day.
A recap of the keynote from IDF 2015: RealSense "Immersion," wearables, the Curie IoT platform — and a terrifying army of robot spiders.
Nymi announced a closed pilot program that tests wearable credit card payments that are authenticated with the users' unique electrocardiogram (ECG) data.
Vuzix Corporation has announced the availability of prescription capable safety glasses, made by Rochester Optical, which are designed for use with the Vuzix M100 heads-up display.
We managed to catch up to the very busy head of Google ATAP's Projects Soli and Jacquard, Ivan Poupyrev. In our video interview, we talk about how the projects came about and what's next for them.
Recent IDC research showed that wearables are about to grow from 24.2 million in 2014 to 72.1 million in 2015.
Imagination announced the Ensigma Whisper radio processor family for IoT and wearables that include support for Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart.
The notable Swiss watch company is looking past its traditional watches and entering the wearables market with the help of Google and Intel.
The Nymi band uses the human heartbeat as the unique credential for authentication by measuring a person's ECG.