The Bellabeat fetal monitor and connected system allows pregnant women to track their babies' heart beats, kicks and other milestones, and share that information with friends.
Wearable technology, such as smart wristbands, may be the next new tool to help treat conditions such as autism and depression.
From fitness trackers to smartwatches, wearable technology is infiltrating the fashion world. But are tech companies creating fashions anyone would actually wear?
The Fitbit zip is one of the least expensive fitness trackers on the market, at just $59.95. Here's a look at how much you get for the bargain price.
In 2025, the Internet will be seamlessly integrated into our daily lives, but could also fuel inequality and greater government surveillance and control, experts predict in a new Pew survey.
A startup that makes augmented-reality motorcycle helmets was named the best wearable tech company after a competition here at South by Southwest Interactive Sunday night (Mar. 9).
Here's a look at the best wearable tech gadgets on display at this year's South by Southwest Interactive festival in Austin.
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