These may look like ordinary spectacles, but they're actually smart glasses. Called the Jins Meme, they use special electrodes and movement sensors to tell when you're sleepy, or having trouble concentrating.
With the ride-hailing service coming under increasing scrutiny over the way it screens drivers, Uber knows that at the very least it has to be seen to be taking steps to improve the reliability of the process. This week it laid out some…
HP has put two new, reasonably priced tablet up for sale, which run full Windows 8.1 rather than Android, or Windows RT. The Stream 7 and Stream 8 share similar specifications, but the larger tablet comes with 200MB of T-Mobile data for…
A New Delhi court banned the OnePlus One from India. The reasoning behind the ban is Micromax's exclusive deal with Cyanogen, which prevents other companies from selling Cyanogen-powered smartphones in the country.
An Uber driver took advantage of a woman who fell asleep by driving across Manhattan several times before finally setting out for her destination. Because of the zigzag ride, the woman's charges totaled $293.
In time for the holidays, Motorola announced a new promotion that either takes $50 off $350 purchases or $100 off purchases of $500 or more. The promotion will run through December 23 and can be applied towards the Moto X (2014).
Chameleon for iOS is an in-store shopping app that lets you know which stores support Apple Pay so you don't have to find out the hard way. The app also lets you locate in-store products, as well as check in-store inventory.
According to a report, the FCC will leverage a $105 million fine against Sprint for surreptitiously charging customers for third-party services. AT&T recently paid a similar fine to settle charges with the agency.
Sony has revealed its SmartEyeglass prototype, which it will show off as a concept device at CES 2015. Rather than a standalone model, SmartEyeglass clips to existing glasses, and Sony plans to put it in production during the next year.