Hands-on with Google Glass: Limited, fascinating, full of potential
Editors' note (August 12, 2013): Google has announced afor Glass that allows voice commands for Path and Evernote.
The very first question we at CNET get about Google Glass is: "What is it?" The next two are "What's it like to wear?" and "Why would you want to?"
The frothing excitement around this prototype, titanium-framed wearable computer has the tech world tripping over itself in a mad dash for Glass access. Ten thousand or more Google Glass units are now shipping to beta testers and winners of the If I Had Glass contest -- for a $1,500 price tag. But the big what, why, and how questions remain.
Battle virtual Darth Vader with the Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR kit for $150
Normally $200, this is a must-have for serious Star Wars fans. Plus: a free top-rated PC shooter and an incredible one-day-only cashback deal.
At last -- smart glasses that don't look like Borg headgear
Move over, Magic Leap: Intel may be the next company to jump into intelligent eyewear.
Finally, VR might be ready to cut the cord
The tethers may finally be gone from VR soon, but there are still a few steps left until virtual experiences feel completely self-contained.
Get a Martian mVoice smartwatch with Alexa for $68
Forget Alexa, though -- she's not really the main attraction. A stylish watch and customizable notifications are. Plus: Learn how to start a side-hustle biz for $26.
This diamond-studded smartwatch costs nearly $200K
TAG Heuer’s latest creation is the world’s most expensive smartwatch to date, but its tech is standard wearable fare.
At CES, VR and AR are evolving right under your nose
Don't expect wild new worlds: This year, it's small changes that matter.
VR, smart displays and even smart toilets at CES 2018 (The 3:59, Ep. 336)
A look at a bunch of the big trends at CES, including lots more features for voice assistants from Google and Amazon.
Mirage Solo with Daydream is Lenovo and Google's VR headset
Mobile VR's future may be phone-free and offer more freedom of movement, too.
Kate Spade and Skagen join the Android Wear fashion show
Two more fashion watch brands from Fossil Group get their own smartwatches, too.
HTC's Vive Pro makes your virtual world a whole lot clearer
The new system comes with improved resolution and more bells and whistles.
AI in AR: Do voice-activated smartglasses make things better?
Rokid Glass is another initiative to try to improve AR with voice AI. Is this a key idea, or an added distraction?
Sgnl watch strap lets you hear calls with just the tip of your finger
Look like you're a secret agent the next time your mom calls.
The most comfortable VR headset yet, but not the best.
The first product from the secretive, Google-funded augmented-reality startup has finally been revealed. Founder...
Samsung looks to make strides to beat the Apple Watch 2.
The third generation of Garmin's Vívoactive moves to a circular design and has more robust smartwatch capabilities,...
Polar's new M430 running watch comes with a heart-rate monitor and pairs with an app for smart coaching.
Ear fitness for runners.
FrontRow is the latest wearable camera that promises to allow to you to live in the moment while simultaneously...
A simple design and a $60 price for Misfit's latest fitness tracker.
The Mira Prism headset does hands-free augmented reality... but can it compete with what Apple can do?
Your denim future awaits.
Adding continuous tracking heart-rate monitoring to its list of features, the A370 is a modest upgrade over the...