If you thought mobile banking and ATMs were convenient, just wait until the financial sector truly embraces wearable devices.
Credit and debit cards have cut down the size of our money carriers, but even thin pieces of plastic take up space.
The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the mobile world’s equivalent of the Oscars. This year’s event did not disappoint.
From the hardware you’ll wear to the software that makes it worth wearing, here are a few things that could be coming out of the Bay Area this week.
Mattresses with sleep detectors, tennis racquets with microprocessors and deadbolts with Bluetooth connectivity — the trend of adding a digital component to traditionally analog products is beginning to turn every company into a “tech company.”
When one-tenth of a second makes the difference between the color of a medal – or no medal at all – athletes and their coaches turn to gadgets to close the gap.
Think Google Glass looks like something out of a sci-fi movie? Wait until you see smart contact lenses in action.
Social media sites and mobile devices have redefined personal journaling and boosted the Quantified Self movement.
Bringing your phone to class used to mean a one-way ticket to detention - but not anymore.
In late 2013, PayPal unveiled an all-new product that uses Bluetooth technology to process in-store transactions, sending shockwaves through the mobile payments landscape and exciting retailers and customers across the globe.