Although the public seems to be split on the value of a smartwatch, these subsets of people should definitely give one a shot.
Does the Apple Watch or Android Wear have what it takes to win a spot on your wrist?
Of the 26 companies in this year's TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield, these five won our attention.
Apple receives a standing ovation after announcing the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and Apple Watch
With smartphones, wearables, and every other object connected to the Internet of Things, the potential for sensors has never been greater.
Two-wheel vehicles aren't as dangerous when you have wearables for motorcyclists protecting you from head to toe.
As fitness bands and smartwatches gain popularity with adults, wearables for kids are on the rise.
It's time to stop talking about fitness bands and smartwatches and start listening to what's happening with hearables.
Whether you're recording your sickest trick or measuring how many times you spin, wearables for extreme sports are a must have for extreme athletes.
As HIPAA and the FDA reinforce their fortress of regulations, how will Google and Apple scale the barriers and bring MedTech into the future?
Automotive wearables are the answer to better drivers, safer roads and less fiddling with your phone during your daily commute.
If a sense of direction isn't your strong suit, Apple and proximity devices have you covered.
From thermoelectricity to a concussion-detecting beanie, this year's Wearable Technologies Conference did not disappoint.
Thanks to the unified Google framework, all Android Wear smartwatches can perform commands, reminders, check texts, and more.
Android Wear has only been on the market for less than a month, but that hasn't stopped the reviews from pouring in. Here's what they're saying.
With Project Volta, RunTime, and Material Design, Android L is already garnering plenty of praise and speculation—even if we don't know what to call it.
The two big operating systems are battling it out for the best fitness platform with Apple HealthKit and Google Fit.
With WWDC in our rear views, it's time for bloggers and media outlets to point their attention towards Google I/O.
Apple aims to cut down Samsung's head start on the mHealth market, but they're not the only ones.
WWDC isn't the only major tech event that took place in San Francisco this week. Maybe next year you should RSVP to GLAZEDcon 2014.