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Jimmy Kimmel tricks people with fake iWatch

Jimmy Kimmel tricks people with fake iWatch

There is so much hype about the iWatch nowadays that it feels like the launch is imminent. So, will people believe that the iWatch is already launched? Jimmy Kimmel slaps an Apple logo on the back of a $20 Casio watch and see what great things
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Leaked HTC Android Wear smartwatch render spotted twice

Although HTC was included in the initial list of Android Wear partners, there were no further news of the HTC smartwatch thereafter. That changed when a render of the alleged HTC smartwatch surfaced. @evleaks posted an “artist reproduction” of HTC’s Android Wear device, that showed a
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Japan Airlines and NRI to start demonstration testing of iBeacon and smartwatch

Japan Airlines and NRI to start demonstration testing of iBeacon and smartwatch

Starting July 16 2016, Japan Airlines Co, Ltd (JAL) and Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. (NRI) will begin their demonstration test of iBeacon and smartwatch for the airline’s airport passenger service. iBeacon was introduced in 2013 and allows Bluetooth low-energy devices to communicate their presence. At Haneda
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Microsoft smartwatch will comes with blood glucose monitor and UV sensor

Microsoft smartwatch will comes with blood glucose monitor and UV sensor

According to a Microsoft source, IBTimes UK reported that the Microsoft smartwatch will come with a blood glucose monitor and UV sensor and will be cross-platform compatible. The UV sensor will alert users to harmful levels of ultraviolet radiation to protect against skin cancer. The blood
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iWatch to come in three models with sapphire glass for high end version

iWatch to come in three models with sapphire glass for high end version

According to a new report by Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple will be launching three models of the rumoured iWatch. The rumoured lineup will include one model with a 1.6-inch display and two versions with 1.8-inch displays, with sapphire glass to differentiate the high end model
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Early Apple designer voices concerns for smartwatches

Early Apple designer Hartmut Esslinger does not believe there is a real need for smartwatches yet. In a recent interview with with Business Insider, Esslinger said that there are several issues that Apple will have to deal with before launching the iWatch. When Apple eventually launches
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Blocks- the world’s first customisable smartwatch comes from team at Imperial College

Blocks- the world’s first customisable smartwatch comes from team at Imperial College

Created by a team at Imperial College, the Blocks modular smartwatch features segments that links to a main screen to form a fully customisable smartwatch. The various segments link via small metal jacks that act as both the joining anchors and the connections for passing data
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Arrow smartwatch features 360 degree rotating HD camera

Arrow smartwatch features 360 degree rotating HD camera

There are more smartwatches than ever before. And yet another one comes along to add to that growing list. The Arrow smartwatch is equipped with a 360 degree rotating 8 megapixel camera that is embedded in the watch bezel. It also comes with a microphone and
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Two former Nike Fuelband engineers join Apple

Two former Nike Fuelband engineers join Apple

Two engineers from the former Nike Fuelband team have recently joined Apple, likely to lend further support to the company’s iWatch device. Hardware engineer Ryan Bailey and sensor software expert Jon Gale started working at Apple two months after Nike closed its FuelBand team. These pair
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Ritot is a smartwatch that uses your hand as its screen

Ritot is a smartwatch that uses your hand as its screen

While most smartwatches use LCD displays to show the time and notifications, Ritot uses a pico projector instead. Touted as the world’s “first projection watch”, Ritot projects your messages on the back of the hand. The team behind Ritot claims that the projections are “absolutely safe
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