A look at the buzziest wearable technology and whether or not you should want it. We also investigate the potential privacy, health, and cultural pitfalls involved in wearable development and unforeseen consequences of being constantly connected.
Apps and wearables really do help you lose weight, study says
The verdict is still out on whether they curb smoking and drinking, though.
Fitbit's newest wearables can automatically recognize what exercise you're doing
Fitbit is back with two new bands that can track every kind of workout you throw at it.
These $1,000 Oakley sunglasses might be giving Olympic athletes an advantage
Because the gold medal shines so bright, you need some shade.
This electronic temporary tattoo can tell how drunk you are
More accurate than breathalyzers, these temporary tattoos might be the front line against drunk driving.
Pebble unveils the next evolution of its smartwatch lineup
Back where it all started.