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Wearable Computers

How Data From Wearable Tech Can Be Used Against You In A Court Of Law

Alexander Howard | Posted 07.03.2015 | Technology
Alexander Howard

When wearable computers can disprove what someone told police, you know you're living in a future that has arrived sooner than expected. According to LancasterOnline, a woman in Pennsylvania has been charged with knowingly filing a false report after forensic evidence and the data from her Fitbit undermined her claim of rape. This case should catalyze a national discussion about when and how suspects can or should disclose data from a wearable computing device.

Dances With Google Glass

Carla Escoda | Posted 10.08.2014 | Technology
Carla Escoda

Perhaps the outrage over Google Glass will finally provoke a radical shift in our culture of surveillance, with consumers spurring tech companies to innovate in ways that reinforce civil society, and regulators who vigorously back consumers.

My First Month With Google Glass

Marvin Blugh | Posted 04.30.2014 | Technology
Marvin Blugh

While I was working on my first post about the potential of Google Glass, I imagined that if there were a time to apply for Glass Explorer Invite, the...

Meet the Man Behind Wearable Computing

Jason Grill | Posted 03.25.2014 | Technology
Jason Grill

Wearable computing dominated CES 2014; however, no one really talks about the man we all owe a round of applause to for this revolution and movement to wearable computing and technology. That man's name is Scott Wilson.

An Invisible Computer? Researchers Prototype Invisible Computer Around Hair and Eyes!

Richie Etwaru | Posted 03.16.2014 | Technology
Richie Etwaru

These guys and their team are much cooler. They are scientists creating flexible, ultra-thin, and transparent electronics that can be worn on the skin. Yep, you read that correctly.

Developers Want To Make You A Cyborg in 2014

Reuters | Malathi Nayak | Posted 03.08.2014 | Technology

By Malathi Nayak SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Wearable computers like Google Glass and the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch may not have caught f...

This Guy Has Spent 20 Years Wearing A Computer On His Face

Clive Thompson | Posted 11.24.2013 | Technology
Clive Thompson

We're getting closer to the machine all the time; our transactive partners now ride in our pockets. But what will happen as they move even closer to our minds?

Wearable Tech Conference and Expo: The Latest in Wearable Tech Devices

Lilia Ziamou | Posted 09.28.2013 | Technology
Lilia Ziamou

The Wearable Technology Conference that has just concluded in New York City, brought together leaders in healthcare, fashion, sports, and technology to discuss recent technological advancements and showcase cutting edge wearable devices.

Through Google Glass -- Preparing Digital Forensics and Cyber Security Education

Jonathan Rajewski | Posted 09.15.2013 | Technology
Jonathan Rajewski

Perhaps devices like Google Glass will provide an impetus to change the cyber security and forensics education landscape. This technology is not designed to replace our current computers or smartphones, but to compliment them.

Would Google's New Glasses Keep an Eye on Things?

Edward Wasserman | Posted 08.10.2013 | Technology
Edward Wasserman

Google Glass promises a brazen and routine simultaneity of experience, an ability to interact seamlessly with the here and now without losing rich Web-enabled connectivity -- just as having the radio on never meant you couldn't talk with a friend. That's the good news. Now the rest.

Tim Cook: Apple Has More 'Game Changers'

Reuters | Alexei Oreskovic | Posted 07.29.2013 | Technology

* Cook says wearable computers an area ripe for exploration * He has "grand vision" for television * Apple not adverse t...

My New Show Is ON! Watch Me Get HardWired!

iJustine | Posted 07.15.2013 | Technology

2013-05-15-ScreenShot20130515at2.38.24PM.pngEverything you're seeing in upcoming films like After Earth is not far off from our new future. In the first Fitness Tech episode, I tried out the miCoach Supernova Glide Bra by Adidas with heart monitoring capabilities.

Apple, RIM, Google, Microsoft: Where Is the Big Bang?

John Pavley | Posted 04.04.2013 | Technology
John Pavley

The latest generation of smart phones are all like Toy Story sequels: Same cast of great characters with minor upgrades to the 3D models and textures. It's time for a some real innovation, a "big bang" and not this incremental tweaking of last year's winning formula. It's time for someone to take some risk.

The Superhuman Workforce Has Some Concerned

AP | RAPHAEL SATTER | Posted 11.07.2012 | Money

LONDON -- Performance-boosting drugs, powered prostheses and wearable computers are coming to an office near you – but experts warned in a new r...

Wearable Mobile Phone Fits Like A Glove, Literally

The Huffington Post | Sara Gates | Posted 05.15.2012 | Technology

Talk to the hand -- literally. Users of a new prototype for a mobile phone must talk to their hand to make a call. Glove One, created by artist Bry...

How Siri and One Accessory Could Revolutionize the iPhone

Will Shanklin | Posted 07.03.2012 | Technology
Will Shanklin

Multitouch displays provide the simplest, most human way to use a computer right now. Ten years from now, there could be a better way.

Apple Hires Expert To Work On Wearable Computing

Computerworld Blogs | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

Richard DeVaul's Linkedin status changed last month from Founder & President at AWare Technologies to Senior Prototype Engineer at Apple computer. Th...