wearable

SCOTTEVEST 2014 range: first-impressions at MWC 2014

We're here in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, and as often happens at these types of events -- that involves lots of running around, and also carrying lots of gear. We are all still sporting backpacks, however thanks to the SCOTTEVEST gear we are wearing, those backpacks are a bit easier to manage.

Huawei smartwatch spotted en route to MWC 2014

Rumors had been suggesting Huawei was planning to unveil a smartwatch during Mobile World Congress, and while we have yet to see the announcement, we have gotten a brief look at the watch. En route to Spain, Android Community spotted the watch on an unnamed person from Huawei. We weren't close enough to get a super detailed image, however what we could see does fit in with the image that leaked earlier.

Kopin announces Pupil, a hardware solution for mass-market headwear

Kopin has unveiled their Pupil wearable system, which will immediately bring Google Glass to mind. The glasses from Kopin take a slightly different approach than Glass does, though. While the company had reference hardware on display (and for wear) at a recent unveiling, theirs is more a back-end solution — and a good one.

Google Glass Explorer do’s and don’ts detailed

Google, coming by way of the Glass Explorers, has shared a new list of sorts. The list details a bit about what should be expected when wearing Glass. Basically, a list of do's and don'ts with a key option to not be "creepy or rude." This plays to the whole 'glasshole' term, but basically has Google reminding Explorers to respect others, be polite, and don't get snappy.