The Third Generation of Google’s Glass Eyewear

Primarily aimed at tech-oriented businesses, the newest iteration of Google’s Glass eyewear—the Glass Enterprise Edition 2—runs on Android, is faster, more powerful and has a longer battery life. Further, developers can create “Glass-friendly” apps that run more seamlessly on the wearable and owners can use a USB-C port to charge more quickly. Most pertinent for those working in warehouses or factories, the Enterprise Edition 2 …

The Muse 2 is an On-Demand Meditation Headband

Providing feedback, guidance and a break from stress

For most of us, finding the time or the patience to meditate is the hardest part. It’s oftentimes almost impossible—with everything going on around us—to find inner quiet and in turn, a deep mind/body connection. But, the new Muse 2 is a comfortable, wearable guide that will ease you into the practice and work you through it (and give you real-time feedback after each session). …

From ’70s Digital Watches to Today’s Wearable Tech

The first portable, accurate clock was invented back in 1510 but it would be more than 450 years later that things got digital, with the introduction of Hamilton’s Pulsar Time Computer (complete with numeric keypad). From there, it’s been a race to showcase the most technologically advanced features. Familiar names like Casio and tech giants including IBM have all spearheaded electronic updates to watches, but …