Skin protection in a wearable? The June hopes to keep your sun exposure controlled with a modicum of bling.
It only takes a couple of minutes to transform your Pebble into a completely new device.
Analysts predict 5 million smartwatches will ship in 2014. CNET's Brian Cooley explains why they could have a real chance of success with consumers.
A look at Epson's Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses and first wave of heart rate monitoring Pulsense watches and wristbands.
Prone to misplacing your iPhone? The Smartlet on Kickstarter strives to prove that the secrets of the future might not be up our sleeves but strapped stylishly over them.
Dick Tracy, eat your heart out: This is the most full-featured smartwatch we've ever seen...and we're not even sure what to do with it.
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It makes phone calls with SIM cards. It takes photos and video. It's an Android 4.2.2 phone, on your arm...impractical, but true. Take a look at the madness.
Bicyclists in particular may be attracted to the FlyFit ankle-mounted fitness tracker on Kickstarter.
ThinkGeek's classic arcade watch sets a new high score for goofy wristwatches by taking its design cues from old-school gaming cabinets.
The challenge for Apple and others trying to crack the code on wearables is to produce an appealing device for a mass market that doesn't need a watch to tell time and doesn't want to get all wound up by an overly complicated gadget.