Topic: wearables

SD Times Blog: Samsung Galaxy Glass patent reveals plans to turn your fingers into a keyboard

Samsung’s wearable smartglasses project an augmented reality keyboard onto your hands … continue reading

Wearables DevCon: The ideas behind Google Glass

Jenny Murphy explains the design principles behind user interfaces for wearable devices like Google Glass … continue reading

SD Times Blog: One ring to rule all the devices

Ring, a new wearable, controls and writes on smartphones using Bluetooth gestures with just (what else?) a finger … continue reading

Sony unveils new wearable that goes beyond fitness tracking

The SmartBand SWR10 tracks user’s movement, sleep, communications, entertainment and other daily activities … continue reading

SD Times Blog: A fashion-friendly alternative Google Glass

LAFORGE Optical’s smartglasses, Icis, focus on keeping users connected without being intrusive … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Google Glass do’s and don’ts

Veteran Glass Explorers lay out advice on the best features of Glass and what to watch out for while sporting the device … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Apple patents headphones to track fitness and health

The device would be able to track biometric data like temperature, perspiration and heart rate … continue reading

Fitness enthusiasts design a wearable for your ankle

Flyfit is a wearable ankle band that can track fitness, cycling, swimming and even sleep … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Apple seeks a change for charging batteries

According to The New York Times, Apple is looking to reinvent and improve battery technology for longer life in devices … continue reading

SD Times Blog: The next wearable trend: Books?

Sensory reading experience from MIT researchers uses preprogrammed effects to convey emotions … continue reading

Google Glass will be widely available by late 2014

Deal struck with eyewear makes opens the door for consumer sales down the road … continue reading

Google contact lenses can keep track of diabetes

These lenses detect glucose levels through tears; Google’s next step is to figure out how to get them to market … continue reading Protection Status