Google and Levi’s are working together to create touch-sensitive clothing that makes the Apple Watch look like a clunky contraption of the past.
Within half an hour, the company appeared to sell out the initial batch of watches that were available for the first official day of shipping on April 24.
Wearable smart technology can transform ordinary clothes into the kind of attire fit for a James Bond movie. Berkeley-based BeBop Sensors unveiled a new fabric Monday, that is so intelligent, they kept it top-secret.
Google Glass launched the first eyeglass computer. But soon a Mountain View startup will begin selling a 3D version with technology so sophisticated it could help crime fighters stop crime before it happens.
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Sullivan Solar Power, headquartered in San Diego, has started equipping some employees with Google Glass, which allows them to do multiple tasks.
Google-owned Motorola Mobility has filed paperwork to patent an “electronic skin tattoo” coupled to a mobile communication device that would work to cancel out noise during conversation, but could also function as a lie detector.
Google is expanding the availability of its Internet connected eyewear Google Glass to more people, but not the general public just yet.
The digital domain is creeping off our desktops and onto our bodies. Google’s glasses and now rumors of Apple’s iWatch are popularizing the wearable technologies market that currently totals almost $9 billion.
Wearable technology was a hot button topic at the conference in Southern California.