Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

Fly Or Die: Smart Watch Edition

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New [tc_5min code="517687315"] As the race toward mainstream wearable computing heats up, watches are hot and smart watches are hotter. In fact, word on the street is that Apple is working on a new smart watch that would integrate with its iCloud and iOS devices. But as it stands now, the...
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