Metaio is introducing facial recognition to its SDK, which could potentially allow users to virtually try on clothing or accessories before purchasing them.
While most smartwatches attempt to simulate a smartphone experience on your wrist, the Ibis puts style first with an elegant curved display and premium wristband.
Sony has announced that its SmartBand fitness tracker and LifeLog app will launch in 60 markets around the world in March.
Google could bring 10 gigabit Internet to the masses, which would make it 10 times faster than Google Fiber. Here's how it would compare to the peak Internet connections around the world.
The Dash smart earbud can play music, track your performance, detect your body's temperature and function as a wireless headset for taking calls.
The Pebble Steel marries an elegant new design with an intuitive app store for a premium price. Read our full review of this smartwatch.
Samsung is rumored to unveil its own Google Glass-like wearable device in September at IFA 2014, according to a new report.
Researchers at MIT are exploring new technology that could make wearable displays easier to produce and potentially turn any glass surface into a smart display.
While most smart glasses are concerned with putting a virtual display in front of your face, the XOne lets you share what you see.
A future where augmented reality fits seamlessly into our glasses may not be too far away, thanks to the Vuzix Waveguide.
While some wearable devices simply deliver notifications, Epson's Moverio BT-200 is a full-fledged Android computer you can wear.
The Pebble Steel is a premium $249 smartwatch with a stainless steel design and Gorilla Glass screen that offers full access to Pebble's new app store.
The iPhone allows you to call up to five people at a time. Here’s how to get started with conference calling on the iPhone.