The watch's popularity likely lies not in its technology, but in sociology.
Following the commands of a Curie-powered bracelet, spiderbots can change colors, pump fists and fall asleep.
As part of an upcoming fashion show, models will wear electrogarments from a student-designed clothing line called Irradiance.
Having a computer on your wrist allows for new use cases that just aren't feasible with your phone.
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The gold standard for sleep analysis requires a person to spend the night in a sleep lab, but this new technique lets you sleep in your own bed.
From smart collars to bark translators, we take a look at technology on the furry side.
The Breathe wearable drone monitors pollution levels and then flies up to filter the air when levels become to high.
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