A Hong Kong art collective is making people think twice about society's obsession with wearables.
The 'Anti-AI AI' will literally send a chill down your spine.
The new wearable can apparently keep track of the speed of thrusts, number of positions used, and even calories burned, because that's what we all need, right?
Researchers at MIT’s CSAIL hope the wearable will help people with social anxiety better navigate the nuances of human communication.
I tried a high end “smart bracelet” for its security features, which goes beyond activity tracking featured on most standard wearables.
Thanks to analytics, this mood ring can let you know when your stressed.
Turns out that your insides get a lot older after a night of vodka shots.
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Bill Shannon's work-in-progress headpiece is a fusion of cubist and futurist styles.