smartwatches

Apple’s iWatch wont be made by Apple

Apple’s iWatch wont be made by Apple

When Apple first decided to enter the automotive industry, they didn't decide to create the iCar. Rumors of the iWatch swirl - Apple's hired an army of watch and wearable-friendly professionals over the past several years, and they're making something new. But the quickest way to the top of your business is to turn it upside down - and the modern Apple model isn't above collaboration.

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HP smartwatch taps designer Michael Bastian and Gilt

HP smartwatch taps designer Michael Bastian and Gilt

The brand you’ll see on the smartwatch coming from designer Michael Bastian is Gilt - but given that you’re a tech reader, the first name you’ll recognize in this collaboration is Hewlett-Packard. While the triple team-up here hasn’t let it be known what software it’ll be running quite yet, the concept views of this smartwatch have been revealed - and it looks rather nice.

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Was an HTC smartwatch just leaked via video?

Was an HTC smartwatch just leaked via video?

HTC has made no bones about their wearable ambitions; they’ve just not given us much to go on. A new video, highlighting something else entirely, may have given us our first look at their incoming smartwatch. A bit of crafty product placement may showcase just where HTC is going with their wearable, expected this fall.

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Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google, Samsung bitterness resurfaces on wearables

Google and Samsung have an interesting history. Often working together, the two eventually end up splitting apart at the seams. Be it Nexus devices or Chromebooks, there has almost always been a very Google-centric Samsung device floating around. The latest Samsung-for-Google device, the Gear Live, may have drawn a line in the sand.

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Ritot wearable busts funding goal, breaks free of screens

Ritot wearable busts funding goal, breaks free of screens

Smartwatches and fitness wearables serve a purpose, but as devices capable of answering calls or responding to notifications they fall well short. The small screen is limiting, and even the upstart Android Wear program is seeing its share of detractors for that very reason. An IndieGoGo campaign for a new wearable takes the screen out of the equation, though — instead using a projector.

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