Design firm Artefact comes up with a new concept piece: a Pilates shirt that monitors muscle movement, prompts you to correct your body position, and "doesn't look like a computer you're wearing."
The Seattle-based design firm Artefact has reimagined the lowly printer, coming up with a concept that Apple-loving gadget freaks might appreciate.
Turn your iPad into a clickity-clackity typewriter with this quirky retro iPad accessory that could make word processing a whole lot more Zooey.
The market is still young. But companies big and small are positioning themselves to be at the center of the wearable computing business when it explodes.
If you like your technology to sound like a feminine hygiene product (anyone?), Fujitsu has cooked up a real treat for you.
The iPhone is 'just a phone' in the same way that the Mini is 'just a car', the Doc Marten is 'just a shoe', and the Polaroid is 'just a camera'. It's an icon of our time.
Google is pushing its Project Glass. But one CNET writer spends time with a bevy of cutting edge wearable computers, seeing what it's like to live a computerized life.
Tech and movie companies want us to believe 3D is the next big thing. But how does it work? How much will it cost? And is it any good? Everything you need to know is here
I don't know what my shoes say about me, but I'd prefer they spoke the language of fashion, not that of Radio Frequency Identification tagging.