After several years of steady growth, smartwatch innovations plateaued this year.
Facebook's smart glasses may have facial recognition cameras, which is just the absolute worst possible idea.
Are smart clothes the next big thing in wearable technology? According to a patent, Apple is working on 'smart fabric' for clothing items like shirts, hats and more.
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AirBands, a new accessory that put AirPods on your Apple Watch strap serve no purpose except to embarrass whoever uses them.
Smartwatches aren't indispensable... yet. But make these seven changes to add functionality and flexibility and you won't want to leave home without one.
Apple should buy Fitbit in order to bring more customers into its ecosystem while gaining more expertise in health and fitness.
The Apple Watch is very impressive, but Apple needs to make these enhancements to win over more than early adopters.
Smart shirts and shoes with built-in biometric sensors will eliminate the need for clunky wristbands, and upending the fitness tracker market.
A lukewarm reception to the first wave of Android Wear smartwatches leaves the door wide open for a more focused and sleek iWatch.
Every major advance in knowledge storage and retrieval has disrupted society and frightened a few naysayers along the way. And augmented reality is no different.
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