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NewViewWear shirts and jackets feature their own tiny camera

Something we're seeing more of these days are wearable lifelogging cameras, designed to record every moment of our lives. We recently saw the ParaShoot hit the market, and now its creators are introducing NewViewWear – a line of clothing that accommodates an included lifelogging camera.  Read More

Smash is a device aimed at allowing tennis players to track and improve their performance

The wearable tech market is growing rapidly, and while it might sometimes seem like an unnecessary luxury for most walks of life, one place it actually does make sense is in sports. Athletes are always looking for ways to improve their performance, and wearable devices allow them to track exactly what they need to work on. Smash is a new device that its creator hopes will offer these benefits specifically to tennis players.  Read More

Fans on the hat instantly unfold to shield the wearer from loud noises, bright lights or u...

Designer Sangli Li has created a high-tech hat that attempts to defend the wearer from unwanted actions, such as a person suddenly shouting in your ear, or leaning in too close, by using small movable fans to quickly unfold in a blocking manner.  Read More

The Modillion smart strap turns a mechanical watch into a smart one

A mechanical smartwatch may sound like a contradiction in terms, but a Tel Aviv-based company has come up with a way of making one. Instead of requiring the wholesale replacement of your existing watch, Modillian is a “smart strap” that turns a mechanical or "dumb" wristwatch into a smartwatch by pairing with Android smartphones via Bluetooth.  Read More

LG's Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones will be launching next week, starting in the ...

We're going to be seeing a lot of new wearables soon, from large companies, small companies, and everything in between. LG is ready to join the fray, not just with its Android Wear-running G Watch, but also a pair of fitness devices that are a little different from the usual batch of smartwatches and Google Glass rivals.  Read More

If you want to buy Google Glass, today is your lucky day

Have you been chomping at the bit to buy Google Glass, but just couldn't snag an invite? ... anyone?? Okay, well, I'm sure someone out there has US$1,500 and a desire to look like a beta version of Robocop. If that's you, then today's your lucky day.  Read More

The Vidameter is an ambitious smartband that aims to take a hand in fitness, well-being an...

The fitness tracking wearable is far from a new concept. Basic devices such as heart rate monitoring wristwatches have been around for decades, while the last few years have seen an explosion of smartwatches and other wearable tech that either cater for, or are specifically designed for fitness enthusiasts. However, while the Vidameter may look like just another wearable, it actually has a much bigger mandate in mind, aiming to take a hand in personal safety and general well-being as well as fitness.  Read More

OMsignal's new range of biometric smartwear tracks an individual's performance levels and ...

OMsignal has announced its new line of biometric smartwear, a fitness focused smart shirt with the ability to accurately track an individual's performance levels and vital stats in real time, giving users all the information they need to be fully in control of their workout. The smart shirt, which is currently only available for pre-order to male customers, represents another addition to the ever expanding market of health orientated wearable tech.  Read More

A proposed invisible tattoo that contains our health information has won round 2 of Intel'...

Intel has announced the winner in the second round of the of its Make It Wearable contest, Visionary Track. Student, maker and DIY enthusiast Mael Flament proposed an invisible tattoo that contains our health information. Med. History 2.0 would be easily scanned and updated regularly.  Read More

Today Qualcomm added a major new feature – voice dictation – to its Toq smartwatch

The Qualcomm Toq has one of the nicest displays we've seen in any of the early smartwatches. Its wireless charging doesn't hurt things either. The watch's software, though, landed with a pretty narrow feature set. Well, that feature set just got a shot of adrenaline today, as a new update lets the Toq join the small club of smartwatches that support voice dictation. Read on, as Gizmag goes hands-on.  Read More

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