Plantronics Says It Can Be a Wearable Computing Company, Too

Interested in wearables? Do let it go to your head, the company’s CTO says.

Wearable Sensors Could Be an Antidote to Football’s Concussion Problem

X2 makes a wearable sensor that benchmarks athletes’ brains so the coaching staff can better determine when they are ready to re-enter the game after a concussion.

No Cheap Shots With This $300 Bluetooth Basketball

The future of basketball looks pretty high-tech. (You still have to practice.)

Apple Confirms Acquisition of 3-D Sensor Startup PrimeSense

Signed, sealed, delivered.

If Wearables Are Going to Grow Up, Games Might Point the Way

If. Might.

A Camera Lens and a Smartphone Hook Up. Hilarity Ensues.

Sony’s QX10 and QX100 are “lens-style” cameras that attach to smartphones, making a kind of hybrid camera for smartphone-happy photo-takers. But they’re better in concept than in real life.

How Does the Moto X Stack Up Against Apple’s iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S4?

A breakdown of the Moto X, iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4, by the numbers. (Only you can decide how it “feels in the hand”.)

Anand Chandrasekher on How Qualcomm Is a Triathlete and Intel Is Lance Armstrong

The former Intel executive says his new company is “born mobile,” while his former employer is like an elite athlete trying to switch sports.

GE’s Jeffrey Immelt Would Love to 3-D Print Jet Engine Parts Someday

More efficiency, lower cost.

Breathe, Relax, Repeat: Devices for Inner Peace

Katherine Boehret looks at two sensors that aim to help users get to a calmer zone.

Cisco Teams With AT&T on Home Security

Seven Questions for ARM CEO Warren East

Kickstarter Comes Into Its Own