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Berlin fair a dreamland for wannabe sandmen of 'sleep tech'

As people in developed nations increasingly obsess over the quality of their 40 winks, technology companies are cashing in with gadgets to stop wearers snoring or collect data on their sleep cycles.

Oculus Go: Virtual reality just lost its biggest obstacle

The Oculus Go needs neither a powerful computer to be connected to nor an expensive smartphone to act as a display.

With headbands, sensor socks, wearable tech seeks medical inroads

Want to manage your stress? A "neurofeedback" headband could help.

Take a moment for mindfulness with the latest meditation wearables

Wearable jewelry brand Ringly is the latest name to add a mindfulness feature to its collection of fitness trackers, with the launch of the new GO bracelet this week.

How teens and smartphones are killing teen-fashion retailers

Mipri Haye, a high school junior, is on Instagram and Snapshot daily, showing off her latest outfits to her girlfriends. She also shares where she got those clothes: Forever 21, H&M, and Charlotte Russe often top her list.

CES 2017: Emerging tech aims to improve life for handicapped

Emerging technology is giving new hope for the handicapped, and harnessing brainwaves for the physically disabled and helping the visually impaired with “artificial vision” are just the start.

Safilo moves into wearable tech with company behind sensory headband

Italian eyewear company Safilo has announced they are teaming up with Interaxon Inc. to create the first ever brain sensing eyewear, SafiloX.

Four quirky connected devices for Holiday 2016

Smartwatches and fitness trackers aren't the only connected gadgets worth considering when shopping for gifts this Holiday season. Here's a selection of devices that are both innovative and highly original.

Aussie 'Brainband' joins fight against concussion

If a couple of Australians have their way, the days when an athlete can take a big hit on the field then groggily pick himself up and head back into the fray will soon be gone.