The company is looking into bone conduction technology that would improve voice communications in a wireless earphone system.
Intel debuted a number of new technologies at its annual Developer Forum in San Francisco. These are the products that excited us the most.
The Oura ceramic ring keeps tabs on your vitals and sleep patterns and gives recommendations on how to maximize your rest and activity. It looks pretty good too.
The Apple iPhone 5S is suffering from a wonky accelerometer that could require every app to recalibrate itself.
Garmin's latest running watch includes GPS activity tracking, and smartphone notifications without breaking the bank.
Through a combination of sensors and software, this tiny 1080p-resolution mountable and wearable camera can cook down hours of video to just the bits you want to share to your favorite sites.
Meet the BoomCast, a 3D-printed cast with embedded electronics, which gives patients more freedom and allows doctors to monitor a patient's progress anywhere in the world.
A newly-granted patent describes a way to move text and other items on the screen of a mobile device by tapping the side of the device rather than using your big fingers.
A bike helmet that telegraphs when you're turning and stopping could be just the thing to light up your life.
From CNET Magazine: We crack open the MiCoach Smart Ball for a look at how Adidas gave this soccer ball a brain.