Veldt from Japan which offers wearable technology products and services will begin to take pre-orders for their original smartwatch Serendipity, capable of wireless connection to smartphones, starting from June 23, 2014. Actual..
With the focus of ultra-high resolution technologies for mobile solutions and innovative display applications, AUO will debut a whole series of high resolution mobile device panels and car display total solutions at..
LG today entered into the wearable market with LG Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones. LG wearable devices deliver superior performance and comfort with looks to match. LG Lifeband Touch and Heart..
Epson has started shipment of their Moverio BT-200 from today. Epson Moverio BT-200 is available for US$699.99 – less than half of Google’s Glass.The Epson BT-200 boasts 2x the virtual screen size,..
Sony today announced few SmartWatch 2 developments and a software update. With the new update, Sony has about 400 dedicated SmartWatch apps. Sony announced a calculator in the update. It features as..
Japanese software maker Westunitis will launch one of the world’s lightest glasses-type information devices in July-inforod. Inforod weighs only 48 grams. The device can be used to see how to use equipment..
Casio announced today the release of the BGD-500, an anniversary model that reproduces the styling of the DW-520, the first ever BABY-G watch launched in 1994, to mark the upcoming 20th anniversary..
Samsung today announced the compatibility of the Samsung Gear 2 Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. As of the 15th of April 2014, the Samsung Gear 2 Gear 2 Neo and Gear..
Wearable sensor devices that look like a stretchable bandage may soon be available to monitor and treat individuals with certain diseases. Researchers are first targeting muscle disorders, but wearable electronics may eventually..
Panasonic today unveiled the world’s first 4K 25p wearable camcorder, HX-A500. Panasonic HX-A500, 4K 25p wearable camcorder is designed to capture unique moment’s on-the-go, putting you in the thick of the action…