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Sony Reveals Goofy Looking SmartEyeglass Prototype

In the world of tech, it’s sometimes important to remember that just because you can do something, doesn’t mean that you should. Case in point, today Sony unveiled its prototype for the SmartEyeglass, a pair of glasses that can sync with an...

Meta Augmented Reality Glasses Shipping to Backers

Backers of the Meta Augmented Reality Glasses will soon receive the Meta 1, the first devkit to come out of the Kickstarted project from the summer of 2013, roughly a year after its scheduled ship date of September 2013. According to a post on...

NASA Is Using 3D Printing To Design Its Mars Spacesuit

Putting a man on Mars is the next big goal in the field of space exploration, and NASA is using 3D printing technology to try and reach it. Amy Ross, lead designer for the agency’s next generation of spacesuits, has confirmed that 3D printers...

NY Rangers Debuting Smart Jerseys in Upcoming Season

It seems as though the New York Rangers will be the first NHL team to embrace wearable technology. Initially reported by a post on The Sports Network out of Canada, the Rangers will start wearing tech-infused jerseys as a way to improve the...

Wearable World Will Host “Demo Day” for Wearable World Labs Summer 2014 Graduating Class on September 30th

Wearable World, Inc., the San Francisco-based media and ventures company, will host “Demo Day” for their graduating Wearable World Labs Summer 2014 Class on Tuesday, September 30th, from 12-4pm PST at Wearable World Headquarters in downtown San...

UK Institute of Advanced Motorists Scrutinizes Apple Watch

The Apple Watch won’t be released until sometime in early 2015, but it’s already causing a stir. Yesterday we heard about the attorney general for Connecticut taking a hard look at the Apple Watch and its possibility of being hit with data or...

Optinvent Takes On Google Glass Via Kickstarter

Having to take on the might of Google in the smartglasses market hasn’t put off Optinvent. The France-based company is looking for funding for its ORA Smart Glasses on Kickstarter right now, and has raised $41,000 of its $100,000 target to...

Ecobee 3 Provides Smart Thermostat Alternative to Google’s Nest

The world of smart thermostats is starting to heat up, with Google selling the beautifully designed Nest on its Play Store, forthcoming devices syncing with Apple’s HomeKit, and Samsung’s recent acquisition of SmartThings. One company that’s...

CardsApp Brings Loyalty Cards To The Smartwatch

CardsApp is looking to make waves in the field of smartwatch loyalty cards. The startup wants to replace the plastic cards stuffed in your bag or pocket with scannable QR codes that pop up on your wrist – more versatile, more efficient and...

After Wearables, What Comes Next?

Hermione Way is the co-founder of Vibease, the world’s first wearable, smart vibrator bringing fantasies to life with an immersive pleasure experience. Wearables are in vogue right now, but in reality the era of ‘wearables’ is just a stepping...

Microsoft Enters Wearables with OneNote for Android Wear

While we haven’t heard much about the rumored Microsoft smartband for a couple of months, it seems that you can still get a taste of Windows on your wrist right now. Today, Microsoft announced the new OneNote app for Android Wear, an interesting...

Connecticut Attorney General Has Apple Watch Security Concerns

Last week’s big announcement of the Apple Watch came shortly after the high profile security breach of the company’s iCloud service, in which compromising and private photos of female celebrities were stolen and spread all across the Internet....

The CladLight Smart Jacket Aims To Improve Biker Safety In Kenya

The latest wearable looking to improve safety for motorcyclists is the Smart Jacket from CladLight, a Kenyan startup run by brothers Charles and Joseph Muchene. It uses Wi-Fi technology to duplicate a bike’s indicator signals on...

Misfit Unveils The Cheapest Fitness Tracker Yet

The Misfit Shine might be one of the best-looking wearables on the market, and at $99 it’s one of the most competitively priced as well. Nevertheless, the firm is going even lower with its second wearable, the Misfit Flash – a device...

The Survival Belt Is Built For Adventure

In terms of wearable clothing ready to be given the smart treatment, belts wouldn’t be the first idea to come to the minds of most people. That hasn’t stopped SlideBelts creating a survival belt for tackling the great outdoors –...

This Research Team Put Google Glass’ Sensors Through The Paces

Apple’s newly unveiled watch, a device laden with sensors that make all kinds of data tracking related to health and wellness possible, is driving much of the public discussion around such devices right now, not to mention garnering an outsized...

The Smart Clothing That Shows How Drunk You Are

Slurred speech, a stumbling walk, a complete lack of inhibition… it’s not difficult to spot someone who’s had one drink too many, but there’s a new clothing range that will remove all doubt. The Metamorphosis line – a...

Guess Watch CEO “Welcomes” Apple to Industry

If you’ve been paying attention, you probably heard last week that Apple finally announced its long awaited entry into the wearable sector: the Apple Watch. In what can only be considered the ultimate troll move, the president and CEO of Guess...

Is BlackBerry Working on its Own Smartwatch?

Ever since the Apple iPhone came onto the scene, BlackBerry’s importance to the world of smartphones has been seriously diminished. It’s ironic, then, that only days after the announcement of the Apple Watch, a high ranking BlackBerry exec...

Health Professionals Want To See More From The Apple Watch

In the time since Apple finally unveiled its smartwatch to the world on Tuesday, users and industry analysts have been weighing up its potential ahead of the spring 2015 launch. According to Reuters, healthcare professionals are one group of...



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