Swatch CEO on rumored iWatch sounds a lot like Palm CEO before iPhone hit

Swatch CEO on rumored iWatch sounds a lot like Palm CEO before iPhone hit

9to5mac.com
New Nick Hayek, CEO of Swiss watchmaker Swatch, said today during a press conference for the company’s annual results that he doesn’t see a smart watch product from Apple being the “next revolution.” We can’t help but get reminded of Palm CEO Ed Colligan’s comments before the iPhone hit. Hayek’s...
Swatch CEO on rumored iWatch sounds a lot like Palm CEO before iPhone hit
                                       

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