Lots of interest, a lot of caution, and not much worth buying... yet. This is what we saw in wearable tech at this year's CES.
Day one of CES 2014 is finally over, so here are just some of the stories that mattered from the show floor.
Whether it's for gaming or just being one of the glassholes, Epson has released a new pair of AR smart glasses.
Epson reveal the Moverio BT-100, an Android-powered mobile video headset, available in retail next month.
In the first significant improvement Canon's made in its optical stabilisation technology in a few years, the company announced a new Hybrid IS technology that adds angular velocity sensing to its ...
Both Adobe and Apple have released updates for their image-editing software applications that support RAW files captured by Nikon's professional, full-frame D3X.
A Japanese researcher is adapting print-head technology to drop cells one by one into specific spots to build a 3D organ.
OLED televisions are going to be a boon for picture quality and energy efficiency — someday, if you can afford them.
Latest update will upscale movies, along with PlayStation and PS2 games; adds Remote Play and other tweaks.
There may soon be a way to determine how many printed pages you really get out of an inkjet printer cartridge.