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Would You Really Want to Wear the iWatch?

Would You Really Want to Wear the iWatch?

Everywhere tech fans turn lately, they’ve been hearing rumors about Apple’s plan to launch a smartwatch that could eventually be known as iWatch. That device, the reports say, is being handled by a team of more than 100 people charged with getting the company’s wearable tech to the marketplace.

As with other Apple rumors, the iWatch is exciting the company’s fans. Surely Apple has something great up its sleeve with the watch, those fans might say. Others are already predicting that they’ll buy one and wear it each day, and before long, just about everyone else will, too. The iWatch has somehow joined the pantheon of Apple greats, like the iPod and iPhone, before it’s even launched.

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Apple has 100-person team working on smartwatch-like device, says sources

Apple has 100-person team working on smartwatch-like device, says sources

On Sunday, we reported that Apple is allegedly working on a smartwatch-like device, according to sources who are said to be familiar with the situation. Now, according to Bloomberg, more sources have come forward and stated that Apple has a team of approximately 100 individuals working on the wearable device. Such an enormous team size indicates that Apple is more than just "experimenting" with such technology.

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A Siri iWatch could dominate wearables

A Siri iWatch could dominate wearables

Oh, the irony: tech manufacturers by the dozen attempting to dissuade you from pulling an iPhone from your pocket, and it might be Apple that actually manages it. That's not to say the Cupertino giant - or the rumored "iWatch" - is aiming to replace the iPhone, only leave it snug in your jacket or purse more of the time by shunting glanceable functionality to your wrist. It's a strategy we've seen several other manufacturers (most notably Pebble, currently glowing rosily from its multi-million Kickstarter success) try, but there are some very good reasons why Apple could be the firm to take the smartwatch mass-market.

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Apple iPod Touch 4th Gen Could See New Flat Back, iPod Nano Getting a Touchscreen

Apple iPod Touch 4th Gen Could See New Flat Back, iPod Nano Getting a Touchscreen

The closer we get to September 1st, the more the rumor mill regarding the upcoming devices from Apple will pick up. It's the same every time. That doesn't make it any less exciting, though. After seeing some cases pop up on a Chinese vendor's website, it seems that some new sources are coming forward, and enlightening us on what the new fourth-generation and sixth-generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano are going to look like.

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Apple’s Next Generation iPod Touch and Nano Cases Outed

Apple’s Next Generation iPod Touch and Nano Cases Outed

When pictures show up of a new Apple product, it tends to get people in a frenzy. Even if they are, just like in this case, just the outline of the device. With these new cases, the sixth generation iPod Nano and fourth generation iPod Touch are supposedly revealed. No, you don't get to see what the gadgets actually look like, but you do get to see what it would look like to have a very colorful case on them.

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iWatch: Time for a New iPod

iWatch: Time for a New iPod

Just in case you're unhappy with how large you MASSIVE iPod nano is, say hello to the iWatch. While this design isn't actually in production at this time, it's an extremely neat concept, featuring 10 GB of music storage and Bluetooth capabilities so users can listen to their music without being physically attatched to their arms (which would look really weird). While I would prefer an adjustable band for those of us with larger-than-normal wrists, you have to admit that the solid white bezel/band looks extremely slick and stylish, as we would expect of an Apple product. Let's hope Apple notices Peter Burns' design so that we may one day enjoy the pleasures of wrist-mounted audio.

[via TechEBlog]

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/17/14: COD Ghosts, Kickstarter hacked, Titanfall Open Beta

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/17/14: COD Ghosts, Kickstarter hacked, Titanfall Open Beta

This weekend has been a big one for the likes of Respawn Entertainment and EA Games as their Titanfall Beta has been a wild success. With so many users asking to play the beta that they decided to change from Closed to Open, it’s seeming likely that the game will be doing rather well when it’s released in its final form on March 11th. For now have a peek at our Titanfall Beta gameplay first-impressions and let us know what you think!

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Pebble Steel Review

Pebble Steel Review

Pebble might not agree that 2014 is set to be the year of wearables: the smartwatch startup closed out last year with one of the most compelling devices in its category, taking the original Pebble from Kickstarter hit to shipping product and finally developer's darling. Now there's a second version, Pebble Steel, on sale alongside the first smartwatch for those who want a little more bling with their wrist-mounted apps. With high-spec alternatives like Samsung's Galaxy Gear, and the constant chatter of an Apple iWatch on the horizon, you could've forgiven Pebble for going all-out with the spec list, but in fact Pebble Steel shows surprising restraint. Method or madness? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Google Watch KitKat functionality tipped for October reveal

Google Watch KitKat functionality tipped for October reveal

There's little doubt that Google will be releasing additional information about Android 4.4 KitKat soon, and if rumor holds this week, they'll be doing so with smartwatch functionality in tow. The watch is on the rise - with rumors of an Apple iWatch persisting through the past several months, the Samsung Galaxy Gear appearing in stores this month, and Sony already having released their second Smartwatch product this year. What we're seeing this week is the second anonymous suggestion that Google will be releasing its own hardware along with software support for a new wearable this month.

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