Forget fitness bands. Ralph Lauren has introduced an entire fitness shirt stocked with sensors designed to monitor heart rate, stress levels, and movement.
The company could offer iris detection in smartphones to improve security, one Samsung executive says.
As Mobile World Congress winds down, we take a look at some of the bigger themes of the show.
With Nuance's voice print technology onboard, ZTE's Car Mode app will be able to recognize who is speaking and what he or she wants without the driver lifting a finger.
Following the release of the fingerprint sensor-enabled iPhone 5s, more smartphone makers could soon jump on the bandwagon, if Ericsson's predictions prove true.
Prices almost triple for the iPod Classic, Apple and IBM make good on their partnership, and Aaron Sorkin wanted Tom Cruise to play Steve Jobs?
With its iris-scanning technology, the Eyelock Myris delivers more security than just a simple password. CNET takes a closer look.
Eyelock's iris scanning technology makes biometrics security more affordable to consumers, even if it needs a little time to mature.
What do we expect at 2015's first major tech show? A lot of companies striving to shore up against what's likely to be one of the biggest product launches of the year. That, and a bit of a waiting game, too.
Innovative fabric-technology minds have figured out how to make Harris Tweed fabric smell permanently like Scotch whisky.