Under the direction of former Beats by Dre CEO, Susan Paley, DropLabs is on a mission to create possibilities for tech that are sensory—not data-driven.
The Sierra Women's jacket by Mobile Warming offers up to 135°F of warmth using the included 7.4volt Lithium-Ion battery. A free app also lets you change the heat setting, check the battery status, and add other Mobile Warming apparel.
Norm smart glasses from Human Capable Inc. launched on Kickstarter July 30th and surpasses their funding goal in a matter of hours.
With the launch of their Focals smart glasses, North turns the shopping experience upside down by giving the customer complete control over the design and fit of their product.
The Levi's Commuter Trucker Jacket with Jacquard by Google launched online on September 27 and will be available in stores in early October.
Whether a consumer wants flashy or sporty, the TicWatch by Mobvoi is a machine learning Android wearable that aims to please.
Pizza Hut is no stranger to using tech as a promo tool, but its latest may be particularly appealing if you're looking for new footwear. It just unveiled a pair of Bluetooth shoes, Pie Tops (yes, we know), that order a large pizza for you at the press of a button on the tongue --…
The annual Sharper Image holiday catalog could prove to be a useful tool for the CE retailers out there who are looking to gauge the interest of their consumer base and stay up on the latest tech trends.
Heart rate monitors and fitness trackers like Fitbit have become trendy wrist accessories, but heart doctors say they often aren’t accurate. In a recent study of 50 healthy adults published October 12 in JAMA Cardiology, researchers assessed four popular wrist-worn heart rate monitors—Apple Watch, Fitbit Charge HR, Mio Alpha, and Basis Peak—under varying levels of…