Google could be readying a large update for its Glass headset that may bring Android 4.4 KitKat to the headset.
Wearable devices have come a long way over the past 10 years, but even some modern smartwatches still look awkward. Here's a look at some of the ugliest wearable devices from past and present.
At this year's Mobile World Congress Omate introduced its second-generation , the Elegance, which is said to be 30 percent lighter than its predecessor.
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 is showcasing a concept for a future version of its Core with a built-in camera. The Core is a tiny module made to be worn in Sony's SmartBand and potentially other form factors in the future.
Sony has announced that its SmartBand fitness tracker and LifeLog app will launch in 60 markets around the world in March.
At this year's Mobile World Congress Huawei has introduced its first wearable: the TalkBand B1. The wrist-worn gadget doubles as a fitness band and Bluetooth headset for your phone.
Kopin's new reference design for a wearable display looks just like a regular pair of eyeglasses. The company's Pupil display module is small enough to fit into the frame of a pair of glasses.
While some think that Google Glass makes us look like cyborgs, future wearable displays may not be noticeable to the everyday onlooker at all.
A new Apple patent describes a set of smart earbuds that can function as a fitness tracker. The earpieces may also be able to detect head gestures, according to the recently published application.
From new flagship smartphones to wearable devices and apps, here's what we expect to see when we head out to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2014.
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.
Virgin Atlantic is testing out a new system in which airline workers will greet Upper Class passengers with Google Glass.
Pebble's recently announced appstore will roll out to iOS devices today, while the Android version is said to be on its way.
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.
The SeeThru heads up display claims to offer a full augmented reality experience for $399, a fraction of what the Google Glass Explorer Edition costs. There's also an option to build it yourself if you'd like to customize it.
From augmented reality wearable displays to fitness bands that tell you when to work out, these are the best wearable devices of CES 2014.
While most wrist-worn gadgets are sleek and slim enough to blend in casually, this gargantuan $335 wearable computer screams for attention