This is a story that involves lots of public intrigue, a futuristic wearable technology, a secret laboratory, fashion models, sky divers and an interoffice love triangle that ended a billionaire’s marriage. This is the story of Google Glass.


Apple selling the Apple Watch will be a big change for the iPhone-maker, and it is reportedly switching up its retail game to accommodate the new wearable. 


Without really thinking about it, Ringly founder Christina Mercando started a company that might represent the future of wearable technology.


Ringly, the maker of a line of smart jewelry for women including a high-tech ring that buzzes and lights up when you receive a phone call or text, has raised $5.1 million in Series A funding led by Andreessen Horowitz, the company announced this morning.


SAN FRANCISCO — Google will stop selling its Internet-connected eyewear to consumers until the company can develop a more polished and affordable version that's less likely to be viewed as a freakish device.


Women are the early adopters of all kinds of technology. We talk on our phones and send more text messages than men, spend more time using location-based services, and own the vast majority of Internet-connected devices, including e-readers and health gadgets.


Fitbit recently announced a new smart devices, the Surge and the Charge and took to CES to show just how cool they were. I got the chance to sit down with CEO James Park to talk wearables, heart rate monitors, and his expectations for the Apple Watch.


Hip-hop artist will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas shows off his touch-screen-equipped $400 Puls wrist band, which makes and receives calls and texts, connects to social media and plays music. 


Anthony Ha and Ryan Lawler get a look at GemPhones, wireless jewelry that’s also functional headphones.


LookSee is a bracelet that incorporates an always-on flexible display you can customize with patterns and images; it also displays notifications.


Under Armour is bolstering its connected items.The American kit supplier has signed a strategic partnership with HTC. The mobile manufacturer will thus create a series of products compatible with the Under Armour applications.


The quantified self movement has come a long way over the past couple years, and many in the industry believe that health and fitness wearables will be everywhere — from Walgreens to Bloomingdale’s — in 2015.