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The CHIPS All-In-One Headphones in their basic form, with a patented two-button control sy...

Traditional over the ear headphones aren't always ideal when you're engaged in physical activities, but Outdoor Tech, the company the Turtle Shell Bluetooth speakers, thinks it has the solution in the shape of the CHIPS "All-In-One" headphone system.  Read More

If you've thrown down US$200 for the Samsung Gear VR headset, we have some tips and tricks...

The first consumer version of the Oculus Rift isn't quite here yet, but Galaxy Note 4 owners can already get an Oculus-powered experience on Samsung's Gear VR. If you're among the early adopters rocking Samsung's virtual reality headset, read on for Gizmag's tips and tricks.  Read More

The Jins Meme eyewear is fitted with sensors to alert the user to when fatigue starts to c...

Much of the hype surrounding smart glasses stems from their ability to inform us of our environment, adding virtual tidbits to what we see around us. But for Japanese eyewear manufacturer Jins, what these wearable computers can tell us about ourselves might prove just as valuable. The company has announced a new line of smart glasses that tracks eye movement to identify when fatigue levels are on the rise, offering up useful data to better manage our workloads.  Read More

The SpaceLife Jacket is designed to pay tribute to the classic spacesuits of yesteryear

Almost everybody will, at some point, have harbored a desire to travel into outer space. But it's unlikely any of us will achieve this goal, unless and until Elon Musk or Richard Branson deliver on their promises to make space travel much simpler and more affordable. Still, if you can't actually make it out of Earth's atmosphere, you can at least buy the T-shirt. Or, more accurately, an approximation of the jacket worn by astronauts.  Read More

The Kipstr is a wristband that will start recording a TV show being watched should the wea...

If you've ever sat down to watch a program on TV only to wake up as the closing credits are rolling, there's a new wearable device in which you may be interested. Kipstr makes sure you don't miss your show by dozing off. The wristband recognizes if you fall asleep, and starts recording.  Read More

Vert is a wearable designed specifically for tracking jumps

While there are many fitness trackers designed to log metrics like heart rate and steps, the Vert Jump Rate Monitor sets itself apart by specifically targeting sports and workouts that require the athlete to jump.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the first commercial Oculus-powered headset, the Samsung Gear VR (Photo: Wi...

When we met with Oculus VR earlier this year, the team mentioned that future versions of the Rift headset could skip the PC, and instead use mobile devices for brains. Now we see what they were cooking up. Read on, as Gizmag reviews Oculus' collaboration with Samsung, the Gear VR Innovator Edition.  Read More

Sony's new concept wearable is one of the company's most interesting efforts in the sector...

Sony’s latest swing at the wearables sector is one of its most interesting to date, taking the form of a smart headset module designed to clip on to just about any pair of glasses. The unnamed prototype hardware is capable of standalone functionality and incorporates a single, pixel dense OLED display.  Read More

Learn Immersive generates scene descriptions and text translations from scans of real-worl...

The trouble with learning a foreign language is that to become fluent – or even just to be passably coherent in a reasonable timeframe – you need to be immersed in it. You need to live in a country where that language predominates. But cost or opportunity often make that infeasible. San Francisco startup Learn Immersive wants to create the next best thing. Its two-man team has built a virtual reality platform that transports you to real-world environments and helps you understand them in their native language.  Read More

Samsung's Gear VR headset is now availability in the US, aimed squarely at developers and ...

Remember when we got some eyes-on time with Samsung's Oculus-powered VR headset earlier this year? Well, the Gear VR is now on sale in the US, though the company is making it clear that this is a product aimed at early adopters and developers, and not yet ready for mainstream consumption.  Read More

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