WSJ: Microsoft working with suppliers on touch-enabled smartwatch

WSJ: Microsoft working with suppliers on touch-enabled smartwatch

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New Microsoft is the latest tech giant said to be working on designs for a smartwatch. Sources tell The Wall Street Journal that the Redmond-based company has been working with suppliers in Asia to acquire components for a wearable computing device, though the likelihood of such a device's release is uncertain....
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