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Don't expect this smartwatch to be an Android Wear device, but if you're concerned about looks HP's watch will be one of your best bets.
Each watch also features an interesting sensor that could be used for gestures.
It turns out that when Macworld Lab is testing the new $2499 MacBook Pro, it's a good time to try out a nifty new thermal imaging camera for the iPhone.
If you can't make or design your own 3D printed stuff you can now customize a reseller's designs on Amazon.
Taking a trip? Here’s how to avoid the exorbitant costs of international Internet access, phone calls, text messaging.
Touch pad, back button, camera controls and voice activation shown in new images.
Xiaomi announces a $13 activity tracker. iTime becomes the new iWatch. Healbe releases dubious lab data. It was a meh-to-lousy 7-day stretch for wearable tech.
Vessyl can report the caloric value of liquids, and even (get this!) tell you what you just poured inside of it. Huh. This is useful how?
Google is giving Chromecast owners a three-month trial of its Play Music All Access service. The media stick was introduced one year ago and has become a key piece of the company’s media content strategy.
Just how real are the threats, and what steps should you take to keep your phone free from infection?
You may not care about WeChat integration, but Razer is going to roll out the Nabu smartband soon in the U.S.
Lenovo has established the 'NBD' program to partner with companies on smart devices
Organizers for the annual gathering of sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book enthusiasts won't allow Google's smartglasses into screenings or sessions. What's a cutting-edge comics fan to do?
Cheapo fitness trackers. Healbe's dubious GoBe wristband. The mythical iWatch now named... iTime? Jon Phillips takes them all on in Episode 10 of Wearables Right or Wrong?
All right, so it's really just an iPod nano with a 3D printer-produced wristband. But it beats waiting for Apple to set a release date.
We first spotted this flipped-around mobile keyboard at CES. Now we've gotten a chance to try out a prototype before the finished version arrives this fall.