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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.
If dropping wearable tech into jewelry makes a lot of sense to you, you're in luck: Cuff is a company that's trying to think beyond watches, and aim for women's fashion.
Fashionteq's new line of tech jewelry puts smartphone notifications on your wrist, your finger, or around your neck.
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.
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.
From good to bad to downright weird, modern tech press events are spectacles. Samsung has put out some great products but struggled to nail their introductions. So did Samsung pull off this highly anticipated debut?
If there's one lesson to be gleaned from the myriad of wearables at the Consumer Electronics Show, it's the advantage of a streamlined, focused product.
The Korean electronics giant's first take on wearables landed with a thud, but it's hoping for a little progress in the coming year.
What do Samsung and LG mean when they talk about flexible displays, and how is that different from a bendable phone? CNET breaks it down.