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Details Revealed on Sony E-Paper FES Watch

Only two days after initial reports came out about Sony’s plans to make an entire watch out of e-paper, today news hit that the device has already enjoyed crowdfunding success in Japan – under the name FES Watch from a “startup” called...

Sony Reportedly Developing E-Paper Smartwatch

The looming threat of the Apple Watch is causing all kinds of new and interesting takes on wearable technology to find their way onto store shelves. However, one of the category’s pioneers, Sony, is reportedly going in a direction that nobody...

Tiny Clime Sensors Track Temperature, Humidity, Light And More

If there’s something that needs monitoring, chances are Clime can handle it. These compact devices, small enough to hold between two fingers, are able to track temperature, proximity, humidity, light and movement, depending on the model —...

LEAPIN Digital Keys Is A New Take On The Smart Lock

Everything in the home is getting smarter nowadays, and that includes locks: All of the necessary technology required for smart locks is cheap and readily available, but despite a host of different products appearing on the market in recent years,...

Luxury Watchmakers Threaten Watch Face Pirates

One of the coolest parts of owning a smartwatch is that if you feel like changing things up, it’s not too difficult to find a new watch face to snazz it up a bit. However, it seems as though luxury watchmakers aren’t too pleased with some of the...

(Under)Wearable Tech from Victoria’s Secret: “Incredible” Smart Bra

More fashion companies are exploring the potential of wearable technology all the time, and today news broke of a new twist on tech-infused clothing. Victoria’s Secret, that bastion of lady’s undergarments in your local mall, has a new $75 bra...

Hexoskin Expands Its Range Of Biometric Clothing

Biometric clothing represents a growing trend towards invisible wearables, trackers that integrate seamlessly with the user rather than standing out on a wrist or headband. Hexoskin is one of the pioneers in this area and has a new Arctic Smart...

Can The Puls AneedA App Take On Siri, Cortana And Google Now?

With such small screens and limited input options, smartwatches are heavily reliant on voice controls, which is why we’ve seen audio input used so extensively in demos for Android Wear and the Apple Watch. Behind this voice control paradigm...

Top 5 Smart Gadgets for a Good Night’s Sleep

Most of the hottest device’s on the market today revolve around fitness, movement, and new ways for users to see notifications. However, there’s a whole other segment of the tech world that’s concerned with just the opposite: helping you get...

Rumors Swirl of Second Gen Moto 360 in the Works

Flagship smartphones are refreshed roughly once a year, but hardware-makers are starting to reveal a different timetable when it comes to smartwatches. LG launched a second Android Wear device – the G Watch R – only a few months after the...

Thalmic Teams Up With DJ To Make Music With Myo Armband

A DJ throwing his hands up in the air now can make music while doing so. Thalmic Labs, the company behind the Myo armband, has teamed up with Armin Van Buuren, a Dutch DJ and music producer, as well as his production company Haute Technique to...

Review: The Asus ZenWatch Looks Good, Costs Little, Works Well (Mostly)

When Asus announced the ZenWatch – its first foray into making an Android Wear device – I decided that I liked its design better than the Moto 360. Blasphemous, I know, but the ZenWatch had elegant curves around its edges and on its display and...

Morgan Stanley Predicts 30 Million Apple Watch Sales Next Year

When it comes to predicting how well the Apple Watch will perform when it’s released next year, analysts are all over the map. One firm, however, is betting that the wearable will be a bigger hit than most people realize. Morgan Stanley (via...

For $600 You Can Buy an Ugly Tommy Hilfiger Solar Panel Jacket

Tommy Hilfiger has released a new jacket festooned with solar panels that can convert sunlight into energy for your gadgets. The marriage of high fashion and high tech is usually pretty win-win, right? Well, that is until you realize that the jacket...

Wearable World Inc. Accepting Applications for Winter 2015 Incubator / Accelerator Labs Class until November 30

Wearable World, Inc., the San Francisco-based media and ventures company, is currently accepting applications for its Wearable World Labs incubator / accelerator Winter 2015 Class. Interested applicants can apply to F6S or AngelList. The Labs...

One Man’s Plan To Stay Inside Virtual Reality For A Month

Most people who’ve worn an Oculus Rift headset have been impressed by the experience, but U.K. artist Mark Farid is taking this digital immersion several steps further – he’s going to keep the gadget on for 28 successive days in an...

This 99 Cent App Can Sync a Fitbit with HealthKit

Some wearable fans have been annoyed over the last few weeks at being unable to send data collected by their Fitbits to their iPhones using HealthKit. A new app called SyncSolver for Fitbit, however, seeks to remedy this pesky problem – and for...

Apple Launches WatchKit Dev Tools for Upcoming Apple Watch

In a clear sign that the launch of the Apple Watch is moving along at a steady pace, yesterday Apple announced the release of WatchKit, the suite of development tools that will allow software developers to create custom apps for the wearable. As...

LittleBits DIY Kit Lets You Build Your Own Smart Home

Between Apple’s launch of HomeKit, Samsung’s acquisition of SmartThings and Google’s takeover of Nest, there’s plenty going on in the smart home space. Now users with a fondness for DIY tinkering can take matters into their...

Ditto Wants To Be A Wearable “You’ll Actually Wear – Every Day”

It might sound odd as a kind of mission statement from the creator of a new wearable device, but Bob Olodort – whose company Simple Matters is preparing to release a basic, no-frills wearable pod called the Ditto – says his company wanted to...



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