With great geek cred comes great responsibility. CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con 2014.
The Garmin HUD boosts safety and helps keep eyes on the road, but the cost of entry will likely dissuade most drivers.
The new iPad Mini somehow shrinks down the iPad Air into an even more compact package, sacrificing nearly nothing. It's more expensive than before, but it's also the perfect smaller tablet.
Trying to improve motorcycle safety by keeping riders' eyes on the road, Skully has developed a helmet that offers a Google Glass-like heads-up display. CNET's Sumi Das speaks with Skully founder Marcus Weller about the helmet's design while CNET's Seth Rosenblatt takes the helmet for a spin.
Recon Instruments' Recon Jet heads-up display and other in-eye microcomputers are aiming to map your active life.
With the company's simpler "combiner" HUD, more cars could overlay information like driving directions atop drivers' view of the road. But distractions must be kept to a minimum.
Ski and snowboard goggles display music, speed, altitude, location of friends, and navigation data right inside the goggles.
The ultra-connected prototype glasses pull up maps, directions, events notifications, and locations of nearby friends, right in the wearer's line of sight.
Google is said to be working on a set of heads-up display glasses that you control by tilting your bonce. Weird.
Tired of bumping into walls because you couldn't tear your eyes away from the e-book you were reading? MegaReader helps by getting the iPhone camera involved.
The Amazon Fire phone packs a series of cameras and eye-tracking technology to offer a 3D perspective.