Intel "Make it Wearable" finalist Wristify is a personal cooling and heating device that you wear on your wrist.
Designed in partnership with fashion company Opening Ceremony, Intel reveals its first luxury smart bracelet for women. This high-tech jewelry comes with its own phone number to display text alerts and other notifications.
The luxury women's accessory, to be sold at Barneys New York and Opening Ceremony stores, is part of the chipmaker's big push into wearable devices.
The bracelet, with a sapphire display and semiprecious gems, was made for the high-end women's accessory market and will be sold at luxury retailer Barneys New York.
The chipmaker, which first announced plans for the bracelet in January, is expected to unveil the wearable in the coming weeks, a person familiar with the matter told CNET.
Seismologists aren't the only ones culling data from the 6.0-magnitude quake that hit Northern California Sunday. The Jawbone Up maker is sharing its info on who woke up, where, and when.
This coded, QR-tagged band can help emergency responders quickly retrieve your medical profile, emergency-contact info, and more.
A forthcoming smart bracelet made in conjunction with the designers of the Ferrari is set to cost a bomb.
Creator of the modular smartphone Phonebloks is stepping into the wearable market with a customisable, modular smartwatch called Blocks.
Do we really need a multicharm wireless band? Apparently, someone thinks the answer is yes.