Atheer and Meta Want You to Touch Your Apps in Midair

Reach out and touch something.

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.

Disney World Characters Aren’t Greeting All the Visiting Kids by Name — Yet

Disney seems to be behind schedule with its wearable RFID band project.

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

If. Might.

Two Next-Level Wearables That Aren’t for Everyone

A smartband for fancy ladies, and another one for bodybuilders. Wonder if there’s anyone who will buy both.

AllThingsD Week in Review: Apple Freshens Up & Pinterest and Snapchat See Dollar Signs

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Men Sleep Naked and Other Useful Stuff Jawbone Up Can Tell Us

Wearable-tech companies like to tout the benefits of all the activity data they’re gathering. In this case, your sleep habits are pretty … interesting.


Microsoft Tests Eyewear to Rival Google Glass

Microsoft Corp. is testing prototypes for Web-connected eyewear similar to the Google Glass device, people familiar with the matter said, potentially pushing the company into the much-hyped but unproven market for Internet-enabled technology gear worn on the body.

Spanish Startup Offers a Low-End Take on High-Tech Glasses

Ion Glasses don’t have the features of Google Glass, but they are not nearly as bulky, either. And at $79, perhaps they’re cheap enough to rival traditional eyewear.