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We are so heavily reliant on technology that we often don’t think about a backup plan if technology were to fail us. While most situations don’t require a plan B, when someone is at risk of getting lost you’ll wish you had a safety plan. Introducing, Lynq, the wearable that tracks the location of your […]
Tilt Brush, an app for HTC’s new Vive VR system, lets you create art in 3-D using your hands as brushes.
A connected umbrella that uses real-time weather data claims it will notify you before it rains. The makers of the device demonstrated it at the 4 Years From Now event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Fitbit’s new $200 smartwatch competes directly with the $350 Apple Watch Sport. Which one is best for your wrist?
For Americans living with mobility disabilities, getting dressed poses challenges. A new magnetic closure allows dressing with ease. MagnaReady CEO Maura Horton discusses her invention
IPhones, Tablets and FitBits are examples of technology late adopters are slow to embrace. Charlie Wells joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero and discusses reasons why they wait to buy new gadgets and how companies market to them.
Wearable tracker maker Mio Global has a new fitness metric called Personal Activity Intelligence based on your unique heart rate data. Personal tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler takes PAI for a workout.
At CES in Las Vegas, so many everyday devices are joining the Internet of Things. Geoffrey A. Fowler lays ground rules for making connected “smart” gadgets actually useful.
What do you get for the music junkie or the photography nerd? Matthew Lynley discusses some holiday ideas on digits.
Wearable computers could one day be a vast new source of profits for tech companies. One way to invest in wearable tech now is to look to a company that makes test equipment for chips and gadgets.