Forget the helicopter. Jiobit uses GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular triangulation to keep an eye on your kiddo.
Samsung's watch survives, for now, as one of the better options for Android phone users.
Developers will get a chance to play around with it on March 27.
Octopus smartwatch for kids teaches tykes how to stick to a schedule.
Cerevo's Taclim VR shoes and gloves let you kick and punch your way through virtual monsters.
The Airdog Fitair is a wearable air purifier.
The fitness tracker can measure steps, distance, calories burned and sleep for up to 30 days.
The Misfit Vapor adds a glowing screen and stand-alone functions, plus music. But is that enough?
Hands-free, cordless and with the kind of blissful silence that only a mother can appreciate, the Willow breast pump is a godsend for tired parents.
An e-ink backpack that lets you push your selfies to the back of your bag? Millennials are gonna love this.
Doppel claims that its wristband is the first wearable that can actively change your mood.
The RunIQ smartwatch included GPS, an optical heart-rate sensor and onboard music storage for phone-free listening.
Whistle 3 drops 50 percent of its predecessor's bulk and bolsters its tracking accuracy.
The Neofect Rapael smart glove helps you rehab hand and wrist injuries.
We tried Fove 0, and eye tracking is more useful than you think.
There's the Fenix 5, Fenix 5X and the Fenix 5S, Garmin's first high-end watch designed specifically for smaller wrists.
You can't put a price on a good night's sleep -- unless you need wearable tech to help you drift off, that is.
Everyone's vying for your face at CES.