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By tracking an older person’s movements at home, a new wearable device could help predict serious changes in health.
Startup Quanttus is developing a device that monitors heart rate, respiration, and blood pressure from your wrist.
Developers hope apps that improve upon their smartphone versions will help Google’s head-worn computer catch on.
Omate’s TrueSmart watch is an intriguing idea, but has many problems.
The latest fitness-tracking wristbands need to get in better shape before they’ll earn a spot on my wrist.
Jawbone’s new activity-tracking wristband can be used to start your coffeemaker when you get up.
Pebble unveils developer tools that allow for motion- and gesture-tracking apps for its smart watch.
A 3-D gesture-recognition chip could make it a lot easier to use smart watches and head-mounted computers.
Micro-display LED tech could light up the next generation of face-wearable gadgets.