Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Amazon and Google have some work to do to win over Americans if this survey from the Pew Research Center is any indication.
Owners of the famously geeky glasses are invited to a run this weekend.
The company is integrating more services into the unified voice search, starting with Hulu Plus, Crackle, and Showtime.
Google Glass could be useful for tasks like cutting up a car to free a trapped person, the fire department said
Wearables with LTE and broadband capabilities are part of AT&T's network strategy.
Fujitsu is experimenting with a gaze-tracking sensor aimed at discovering which products may have caught the eyes of shoppers. We'll take a closer look in this video report.
All editions have been scooped up, but Google says it's looking for ways to expand the Explorer program.
As the Explorer edition goes on sale to normal folks Tuesday, the smartglasses promise better battery life, new photo features, and user-interface improvements.
New Mexico-based Titan's aircraft are designed to stay aloft for years and can provide voice and data services
In a Friday blog post, co-founder Slava Rubin writes "nurturing a trusted open platform is our top priority," but the Healbe campaign continues apace.
Research firm IDC says simple activity trackers are leading the charge, while face computers like Google Glass will face slower adoption.
No, it's not the much-anticipated consumer release. But now the Explorer version of Glass will be available to anyone who can pony up the $1500.
Maybe someday you will be able to swap out parts of your phone.
Nope, I still can't use my new Sony SmartBand life tracker.
Will the square-body-and-plain-straps trend in the wearables space ever end?