Cotton computing goes live at Cornell textiles lab
Google Glass may run with laser-projected keyboard
Meta glasses to place virtual reality worlds at fingertips (w/ Video)
"Is that a smartwatch you're not wearing?" Google's may actually appear
Japan researchers testing tiny ear computer
A tiny personal computer that is worn on the ear and can be controlled with the blink of an eye or the click of a tongue is being tested in Japan.
Apple to unveil 'iWatch' on September 9
Apple will unveil an "iWatch" in September with the maker of the iPhone finally embarking on its much-rumored foray into wearable computing, technology news website Re/code said Wednesday.
SXSW revelation: Android SDK for wearables
KAIST introduces a new UI for K-Glass 2 that works with eye blinking
Smart glasses are wearable computers that will likely lead to the growth of the Internet of Things. Currently available smart glasses, however, reveal a set of problems for commercialization, such as short ...
Intel takes leap into wearable computing
Computer chip giant Intel unveiled a major new push Monday into wearables and connecting everyday devices as it seeks to leapfrog the competition in mobile computing.
Google expands sales of Internet-connected glasses (Update)
Google is relying on a little social networking to put its Internet-connected glasses on the heads of more people.
The hottest gadgets of CES: 3-D printers to 4K TVs
The biggest gadget trade show in the Americas wrapped up on Friday in Las Vegas after swamping the city with 150,000 attendees. This year, "wearable" computing was big, along with various 3-D technologies, ...
Time is ripe for smartwatches, analysts say
Amid much speculation on the future of the "smartwatch," the consensus is growing: the time is right.
Strap on your computer, wearable tech taking off
The digital domain is creeping off our desktops and onto our bodies, from music players that match your tunes to your heart beat, to mood sweaters that change color depending on your emotional state—blue ...
Apple chief sees computers on wrists, not in glasses
Apple chief Tim Cook said he sees promise in computers shrunk down and worn like watches or other accessories, but drew the line at Internet-linked eyewear such as Google Glass.