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What I learned from researching almost every single smart watch that has been rumored or announced

Smart watches! I sure hope you like them, because literally everyone is developing one. And yet, given the vanishingly small proportion of watches that are “smart,” clearly, something is holding them back. Here are the trends that jumped out when I undertook a more or less comprehensive catalog of …

Smartwatches

Squito: A Throwable Panoramic Camera Ball that Captures 360° Aerial Shots

Boston-based artist and inventor Steve Hollinger has just been granted a second patent here in the United States for his Squito invention, a ball …

The Google Glass Privacy Debate: What's Real & What's Overblown Hype

To hear some people tell it, Google Glass is leading us down a path toward a world where every citizen is a walking, hidden spy, surreptitiously …

Google Glass

Car hacking with the Tesla S and Google Glass

First arrest captured on Google Glass points to a “Little Brother” future

Filmmaker says "99 percent" of those filmed "did not know what I was wearing."<p>On the evening of July 4, Chris Barrett went out along the Jersey Shore …

Revolv shows how you could control a connected home with Google Glass (video)

Hasselblad Stellar reportedly leaked, adds aura of luxury to Sony's RX100

Hasselblad's strategy of sprucing up Sony cameras must be paying off -- that would explain <i>Photo Rumors</i>' apparent leak of the Stellar, a Hasselblad take on the RX100. The already high-end compact cam will reportedly switch to a tan metallic body and offer several choices of exotic grip material, …

SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, And The Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones

Smartphones are susceptible to malware and carriers have enabled NSA snooping, but the prevailing wisdom has it there’s still one part of your mobile phone that remains safe and un-hackable: your SIM card.<p>Yet after three years of research, German cryptographer Karsten Nohl claims to have finally …