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.
Flexible nanowire electronics that can attach to any material developed at Stanford
Stanford researchers have developed a new method of attaching nanowire electronics to the surface of virtually any object, regardless of its shape or what material it is made of. The method could be used in making everything ...
Google patent suggests Google-Glass-ish control of appliances
Google Glass may run with laser-projected keyboard
Meta glasses to place virtual reality worlds at fingertips (w/ Video)
Review: Google Glass needs lots of polishing
Google Glass is an innovative - if unpolished - technology. But it has what I think is a fundamental flaw: Designed to be worn on the face throughout the day, Glass is a barrier between users and the real ...
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.
Equipping construction helmets with sensors can detect onset of carbon monoxide poisoning
Research calling for the use of a wearable computing system installed in a helmet to protect construction workers from carbon monoxide poisoning, a serious lethal threat in this industry, has garnered the ...
National Robotics Engineering Center Demonstrates the Future of Smart Work
Wearable computers a smart fashion trend
The notion of being fashionably smart is getting a makeover as Internet-linked computers get woven into formerly brainless attire such as glasses, bracelets and shoes.
Exploring Google Glass through eyes of early users
Geeks aren't the only people wearing Google Glass. Among the people testing Google Inc.'s wearable computer are teachers, dentists, doctors, hair stylists, architects, athletes and even a zookeeper.
Time is ripe for smartwatches, analysts say
Amid much speculation on the future of the "smartwatch," the consensus is growing: the time is right.
Google has designs on flip-up wristwatch
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.