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.
Smartwatches. Health monitors. Pedometers. Activity trackers. They're all part of the emerging landscape of wearable technology, which promises to change the way we exercise and communicate. We've collected the best products in this upstart category below.
Kovert designer jewellery adds a dash of high fashion to high technology, showing wearable technology can be stylish as well as smart.
The Fashion Week runway will feature a luxury smart bracelet, Dyson demos its first robot vacuum, and mystery bogus cell towers could be spying on your calls.
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.
Apple's got some high-fashion competition. TAG Heuer is working on an Android Wear watch, Gucci teamed up with Will.i.am to make a smartband, and Frederique Constant added health-tracking smarts to its Swiss watch.
The search giant's wearable headset was plagued by numerous problems, including an excess of attention for a product that wasn't ready for a mass-market audience, according to The New York Times.
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.
This week, Brilliance, an online seller of diamonds and jewelry, has a super-sparkly prize for one lucky CNET reader.
New service from online jeweler Brilliance delivers 3D-printed versions of rings so customers can test gemstone sizes and styles without setting foot in a store.
Pop a pair of 2-inch screens on your lobes and see what happens.