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Jawbone’s new activity-tracking wristband can be used to start your coffeemaker when you get up.
An easy-to-use EEG cap could expand the number of ways to interact with your mobile devices.
The search giant says patents are rubbish. Yet it’s accumulating more of them than ever.
A 3-D gesture-recognition chip could make it a lot easier to use smart watches and head-mounted computers.
Scanning a smartphone for malware with a charger offers more protection than security apps ever can.
OpenRemote is an open-source Internet of Things platform that could help spur smarter homes and cities.
In Google’s backyard, a startup has its eyes on glasses that offer more ways to interact with the digital world.
Nuance hopes its voice-recognition tech can produce mobile ads that you actually want to have a conversation with.
The latest fitness-tracking wristbands need to get in better shape before they’ll earn a spot on my wrist.
A service called Mobilescope acts as a watchdog, alerting users when apps copy and transmit sensitive information.