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Time for the Apple iWatch…?
Apple will begin production of its first smart watch next month in a strategic bid to take down industry rival Samsung in the wearable tech space.
iWatch out... Apple to predict heart attacks
Apple is developing sensor technology capable of predicting heart attacks, a feature which could be attached to the eagerly anticipated iWatch.
Are we looking at the new Apple iWatch?
Stunning images coming out of America could be that of Apple’s eagerly anticipated iWatch, coming in two different models.
Cook bets on Apple with new product launches
"There will be new categories…It means that we are betting on Apple. It means that we are really confident on what we are doing and what we plan to do."
Steve Wozniak: Apple should make an android phone
At the Apps World North America conference in San Francisco, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave Wired a wide ranging interview including his favourite iPhone 5S colour - but his most colourful comment was surely suggesting that his former company should release an Android handset.
Sun shines on Apple's iWatch production line...
Cupertino is testing a variety of alternative power-charing methods for its eagerly anticipated iWatch device, in a bid to overcome battery life limitations for users.
Will iWatch designs be based on current iPhone range?
To date nobody is sure if the Apple iWatch (if that's what it's to be called) even exists or in development, never mind hazarding a guess at what it would look like.
Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
"Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair."
Wearable tech deluge poses workplace challenges and opportunities
Wearable technology is the Next Big Thing in the tech world, according to all the signs.
What to expect in 2014 - Wearable Computing
While wearable cameras and smart watches are much talked about, Angela McIntyre, research director at Gartner, believes digital health and fitness will be one of the hottest segments during 2014.
Cook offers Apple "new category" hope
Fresh from reporting a "strong finish to an amazing year", Apple CEO Tim Cook has refused to rule out a move into a new product market.
Apple 'Just Do It' when it comes to watch hires
Has Tim Cook used his sway in the boardroom to lure Nike's top design director onto Apple's wearable devices team?
Apple Watch out… Samsung's Galaxy Gear is here
South Korean company will launch its smart watch as early as next week, beating Apple's iWatch to market in the process.
Secret Apple runs with iWatch fitness expert
Tech giant hires Nike fitness consultant Jay Blahnik as part of secret iWatch team, as plans for the product become clearer.
Under the Surface… Watch Microsoft go
Rumours are rife that Microsoft is testing a 'translucent aluminum' Smart Watch, moving the prototype to the Surface division of the company.
"Aggressive" Apple recruits iWatch talent
Tech giant embarks on a hiring spree as design quality issues emerge ahead of upcoming iWatch release.
Dell wears its tech on its sleeve
Battling with the effects of a diminishing PC market, company admits it is "exploring the wearable tech space."
Will Apple's new fashion guru design the iWatch?
Yves St Laurent fashion executive joins the ranks - will he be designing the new iWatch?
iWatch out… Apple applies for trademark
After filing for ownership of the "iWatch" trademark in Japan, speculation increases that Apple will introduce a wearable technology product.
Wearable tech to hit US$1.5 billion by 2014
Next generation wearables including smart glasses and watches set for boost as influential players such as Google and Apple enter the market.
Are intimate devices the future?
Apple board member says intimate technology is the way forward, highlighting the iWatch and Google Glass as market drivers.
Is the future of mobile computing wearable?
The innovations coming out from the world’s leading mobile companies seem to indicate that the next big thing might be wearable consumer devices. But it also might not be...
Apple ain't heavy, it's my ex-employer
The road is long, with many a winding turn, and Apple's former CEO John Sculley believes the company's 'innovation lull' will end.
Time for an Apple iWatch?
Company experimenting with smartphone style watch in the form of a wearable computer for the wrist.