Skin protection in a wearable? The June hopes to keep your sun exposure controlled with a modicum of bling.
Users of the Netatmo Weather Station will now be able to trigger anything on IFTTT using noise, temperature, humidity, or air quality levels.
Gardening aficionados take note, this add-on module for Netatmo's Weather Station is designed to keep track of precipitation.
The forecast for this week's giveaway is awesome. Win a cool little system that delivers real-time data on temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and CO2 levels to your mobile device.
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.
Whether you want to brush better with the Kolibree Bluetooth toothbrush or find your keys with the StickR TrackR, sensors are making everyday items smarter. CNET's Bridget Carey takes a look at what's getting early buzz at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
The Philips Hue Tap is the world's first kinetic-powered, Web-enabled light switch
A golfing robot challenges a golf pro to a duel. Researchers plan to use cockroach armies for search-and-rescue missions. And are 3D-printed casts the future for broken limbs?
The show hasn't even started yet, but the gadget news is already flooding in at CES. We sum up the most interesting tech innovations we saw today.
Lots of interest, a lot of caution, and not much worth buying...yet. This is what we saw in wearables at this year's CES.