“Smart underwear’ is here, and it’s ridiculous

Now your skivvies have a higher IQ than you do. Skiin’s “smart underwear” is taking the wearables game to a whole new region, Mashable reports. The high-tech underthings, unveiled at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, have six sensors woven into the bras and undies that can track heart

“Smart underwear’ is here, and it’s ridiculous

Now your skivvies have a higher IQ than you do. Skiin’s “smart underwear” is taking the wearables game to a whole new region, Mashable reports. The high-tech underthings, unveiled at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, have six sensors woven into the bras and undies that can track heart rate, temperature,

The Apple Watch is finally taking off

The Apple Watch is finally a hit, according to a Wall Street analyst — and Dick Tracy can offer a clue as to why. The latest “Series 3” model of the Apple Watch — which can be used to make phone calls from your wrist in the style of the comic-book

The Apple Watch is finally taking off

The Apple Watch is finally a hit, according to a Wall Street analyst — and Dick Tracy can offer a clue as to why. The latest “Series 3” model of the Apple Watch — which can be used to make phone calls from your wrist in the style of the comic-book

Apple admits new watch has connectivity issues

Apple has admitted to a major flaw in its latest Apple Watch, just two days ahead of the gadget’s scheduled debut. A number of reviewers this week have complained that their cellular-enabled, third-generation Apple Watches were having connectivity issues, wreaking havoc on some the watches’ most significant new features. Apple issued a

Your fitness tracker could be feeding your info to hackers

Wearable technology devices can measure heart rate, count steps and track sleeping habits — but they can also reveal a wealth of sensitive information about their users’ daily activities to hackers. Gadgets in the fitness tracker industry are insufficiently secured and could leak personal information to third parties, a new study

This fair will show off some crazy near-future tech

A love letter to the world’s fairs of yesteryear, the Worlds Fair Nano returns to New York this weekend after a smaller test run last August. The two-day festival will give visitors a peek at the future. “We’re trying to be a place where people can come and find inspiration,”

This tech company will start microchipping their workers

A tech company in Wisconsin is gearing up to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to employees — and more than 50 workers have already signed up so they can make in-house purchases, open doors and unlock office equipment. Employees at Three Square Market in River Falls,