Spire courts consumers and the fashion industry, with a stick-on device that turns items into smart garments.
Apple’s latest Watch is a wearable designed to work on its own, but at least in some cases, it doesn’t.
Amazon reiterated its values in the wake of President Trump’s DACA decision, while Taylor Swift sought to protect a song lyric.
Mastercard’s “contactless payments” are now employed via Fitbit’s first smartwatch, the Fitbit Ionic.
Karen Harvey and Mike Dennison discuss the role of technology in today’s fashion apparel market.
The warring athleticwear companies could be approaching settlement talks in ongoing patent litigation.
The Japanese athletic company said the ideas behind a string of Adidas patents are too abstract for protection.
The watchmaker saw sales fall for the quarter and the year, cementing plans for operational consolidation, including layoffs, and bigger investments in digital.
The watch company is the latest to add a wearable to its offerings.
With a blizzard of events, parties, all-night gaming, talks, networking opportunities, festivals and performances running March 10 to 19, SXSW could be the prime time to try Sleepwise.
The company saw global net sales fall precipitously and its operating income shrink by more than half, but is hopeful that wearables will offer stability.
Experts shared the story behind the Google-Levi’s jacket, and other fashion-tech projects.