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The 2014 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show gets underway next week in Las Vegas, and we have a quick look at the products and trends that might get the most attention during the event.
A new report claims Microsoft is currently prototyping a competitor to Google Glass, though little information about the product was revealed, such as if it has a chance to reach consumers.
According to a job posting, Motorola is looking to kickstart its "wearables" department. The company launched a wearable mp3/fitness device back in 2011 but that failed. Will they do better this time?
While many people expected the long-rumored iWatch to be revealed later this year, a new report claims that major engineering challenges have delayed the project towards a late 2014 launch.
An analyst claims that Microsoft is preparing to join the wearable computing trend early next year with a product to rival Google Glass. But is the company really set to embrace the joy of specs?
Valve team member Michael Abrash has written a lengthy post on his personal blog where he revealed that he is working on "wearable computing" PC gaming hardware ideas.
Like something out of a sci-fi movie, Vuzix has found a way to put a hologram in your glasses without the need for an unsightly battery pack.