The Vuzix Blade 3000 are augmented reality glasses adapted to a sunglasses form factor. They pack Bluetooth and a built-in processor, and are expected to ship to enterprise clients in the coming months.
Tanvas, a Chicago, Illinois-based startup, unveiled its TanvasTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It delivers a versatile new form of haptic feedback designed to more closely mimic a variety of textures.
An upcoming BlackBerry phone, codenamed Mercury, features a QWERTY keyboard, a fingerprint sensor on the spacebar, and Android 7.0 Nougat. We don't know the specifications or the name of the device, but here's a sneak peak at what it will…
One of the coolest features of the Moto Z are the Moto Mods. Each accessory adds a welcome touch of style and expanded functionality to your phone -- be it for entertainment, productivity, or aesthetic expression. Check out all the Moto…
Google Calendar will now be much better at helping you keep track of your goals -- that's because it now integrates with Google Fit and Apple Health, and even marks your Calendar events as done when those goals are achieved.
Google and other tech giants are working hard to help connect the rest of the world to the internet, and according to CEO Sundar Pichai, there are a few things that could help -- like smartphones that cost as little as $30.
ZTE is looking to enter the smartwatch business. According to a recent interview with th company's CEO, the watch will have LTE connectivity, meaning that it will work as a stand-alone device without the need for smartphone connectivity.
The recently-announced Moveband BT Smartband is a fitness tracker with impressive battery life, intuitive gesture controls, customizable wristbands, and plenty of Italian swagger. The device's IP67 rating doesn't hurt, either.