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Intel Invests $28m In Chinese Wearable And Mobile Firms

Intel hasn’t been shy in investing in the growing wearables market, and it’s added to that commitment today by splashing out $28 million on several Chinese companies working on wearables, smartphones and other products that plug into the...

Thync Wants to “Hack Your Brain” Through Wearable Tech

The wearable technology industry is still in its relative infancy, as companies try and figure out the best reasons for strapping sensors and computers to our bodies. While many devices record and contextualize biometric data – like the...

Google Adds Five More Glass at Work Partners

While Google Glass has failed so far in terms of justifying its use as an everyday fashion accessory, the wearable computer is making great strides in helping people work smarter and better. The Glass at Work program launched earlier this year, and...

Wearable World Announces Next Wearable World Invents Series: “The Connected Airport”

Wearable World, Inc., the San Francisco-based media and ventures company, will host Wearable World Invents: “The Connected Airport,” a two-part hackathon series to create applications for the San Francisco International Airport. Finalists will...

Magic Leap and the $542 Million Mystery Wearable

Tech startups are often defined by big, bold promises, usually (but not always) marred by underwhelming final deliveries. With that in mind, it’s with cautious optimism that I read about a new startup called Magic Leap, which just raised $542...

Survey Says: Apple Watch is Most Anticipated Wearable

Despite the fact that we don’t know much about it, nor have a release date for it, the Apple Watch has managed to generate more buzz and headlines in just a few weeks than just about any other smartwatch to date. A new survey from...

Fitbit’s Next Flagship Device Is A $250 ‘Superwatch’

After the well-publicized problems with skin rashes and its Force wristbands at the start of the year, Fitbit has been relatively quiet on the hardware front while many of its competitors have unveiled new devices. It looks like Fitbit is finally...

Microsoft Wearable Is Just Weeks Away

2014 has been the year when Apple and Google showed their hands in the wearable technology market, so it’s only Microsoft that continues to play its cards close to its chest. According to a new report, the rumored smartwatch that the Redmond...

Google Will Soon Open Android Wear to Customization

While Google didn’t reveal Android Wear 2.0 this week like we’d thought, there’s no doubt that a new version of the wearable-optimized operating system is in development. Interestingly, while previous statements from Google have indicated that...

Louis Vuitton Parent Company to Get in on Wearable Tech

When Apple unveiled its long-awaited smartwatch – appropriately called the Apple Watch – last month, plenty of people speculated on the device’s implications on not only the tech sector, but also on the watch industry. As it happens, Apple’s...

So When Will Google Actually Release Android Wear 2.0?

Yesterday, Google made some major announcements, revealing the Nexus 6 smartphone, Nexus 9 tablet, Nexus Player media streaming device, and the full details on Android L, officially named Lollipop. What they didn’t announce, however, was Android...

Fitbit Reportedly to be Dropped from Apple Stores

This week, Fitbit made headlines as customers decried the company’s seeming reluctance to commit to Apple’s HealthKit feature for iOS 8. Today, it seems that the chickens are coming home to roost, as a new report claims that Apple will soon be...

Google Glass Leads To An Internet Addiction For One User

Doctors are treating a man they believe is the first to have a Google Glass-induced case of Internet addiction. The 31 year-old Navy serviceman had been wearing the headset for up to 18 hours a day, only taking it off to sleep and wash, and was...

EveryMove Launches Fitness Tracking Platform For Businesses

Encouraging employees to take care of themselves and to improve their health is becoming an increasingly familiar facet of corporate life in the U.S., as companies host challenges and offer incentives to get workers moving. Those employees could be...

Now Google Glass Can Sync with Android Notifications

Full disclosure: despite the fact that I write for a site all about wearable technology, I don’t actually own a pair of Google Glass, arguably one of the most high profile and important examples of wearable technology to be created yet. As such, I...

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR Details Leak Online

In the world of fitness trackers, Fitbit reigns supreme. As such, if you’re a fan of Fitbit, you’re probably interested in checking out two brand new devices coming from the company, the details of which were leaked online earlier today. A post...

Klatz Is A Smart Bracelet That Transforms Into A Handset

One of the key features of the wave of new smartbands and watches hitting the market is the ability to make and receive phone calls, but if talking down to your wrist doesn’t appeal then the Klatz might be the answer. It pulls off your arm and...

Will.i.am. Launching New Smartwatch at San Francisco Event

When Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff interviewed him last month at a Salesforce event, rapper Will.i.am. came out strongly against the notion that a wrist-worn wearable has to be something that needs two-way communication with a phone in order to...

Blocks Modular Smartwatch Teaser Video Released

Back in March, a company called Blocks announced its intentions to make a modular smartwatch, similar in style to Google’s Project Ara, an initiative to build a modular smartphone. Since then, the company’s been hard at work bringing their...

New Loopd Tracker Aims To Transform The Conference Experience

Conferences and exhibitions can be hectic places, with attendees rushing from one demo to another, splitting their time between many different areas and getting into conversation with dozens of fellow delegates and salespeople along the way....



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