Four new wearables are giving us better hearing, better vision and better health.
With help from NFC technology, you could soon pay with the flick of your wrist.
Scientists in Taiwan have redefined what it means to watch what you eat.
With many companies struggling to find an audience for mobile wallets, does this Stanford University start-up really stand a chance?
With different screens and processors, it's about time the iPad and iPhone get their own operating systems.
Meet the heads-up display that will save you money, increase your safety and cooperate with your smartphone.
Startups and corporations alike are trying to bring the Internet of Things into our homes.
"Wearables" may be the technology buzzword at the moment, but you shouldn't dismiss scannables yet.
From tablets to podcasts, technology is getting a gold star in our nation's schools.
Google Glass has already made “wearables” a household term, but how else will this innovative eyewear alter the technology landscape?
Will Google Glass change the way we see the world or just change the way we see Google?
Are people ready to leave their wallets at home? Not in the U.S., at least not yet.
The first wave of Glass apps are here and these are the ones that caught our eye.
The cruise industry is staying afloat with apps, tablets, wristbands and other technological enhancements.
Want to send a tweet or email, just by thinking about it? Advances in brain computer interface technology could make your wishes come true.
It's that time of the year, when speculations abound about what will be revealed at Apple's WWDC.
LinkedIn left HTML5 in the dust for a faster native app. Are they the first of many?
Does our social-media-addicted culture need a camera that takes 2,880 pictures a day? Memoto hopes so.
Vehicle technology has come a long way since power steering. Learn where the auto industry is heading.