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Apple's iWatch may be unveiled this year, Bloomberg says

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The iWatch rumors heat up as consumers await Apple's next new product. A timepiece seems more likely to be a profit machine than that other rumored Apple device, the iTV. [Read more]...
Apple's iWatch may be unveiled this year, Bloomberg says

Apple Seeks Japan Trademark for 'iWatch'

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Apple has filed a trademark application for "iWatch" in Japan, fueling speculation that the company may be preparing to introduce a new watch-like device....
Apple Seeks Japan Trademark for 'iWatch'

No Apple watch until late 2014, says analyst

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Don't expect to see Apple's iWatch until the second half of next year says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. [Read more]...
No Apple watch until late 2014, says analyst

A future iWatch could test Apple's cloud chops

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It seems rather clear, based on multiple reports, that Apple is actively studying how to get on the wearable computing train with an iOS-based smart watch. Now that we’re pretty sure it exists, the debate turns to what it might do: it will probably run iOS, will do some health-monitoring basics,...
A future iWatch could test Apple's cloud chops

Apple 'iWatch' could be out by end of 2013

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Apple is hoping to launch its planned smartwatch by the end of 2013, says Bloomberg, elaborating on information it received from sources last month. The sources also indicate that some of the specific features Apple is considering are making phone calls, seeing the identity of incoming callers, and checking map...
Apple 'iWatch' could be out by end of 2013
This New Apple Patent Could Be The Design For A Radical iWatch With A Wraparound Display

Apple iWatch likely to launch in second half of year, says analyst

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Component suppliers appear to be ready for production of the iWatch, pointing to an "increasingly likely" launch for the second half of 2013, says Citi analyst Glen Yeung. [Read more]...
Apple iWatch likely to launch in second half of year, says analyst

Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn unveils smartwatch that can be connected wirelessly to an iPhone

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More tech companies are exploring the arena of wearable devices, with the latest being Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, which has unveiled a smartwatch that can be connected wirelessly to an iPhone. According to a report from Want China Times, the watch is able to measure a wearer’s vital signs such as respiration...
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn unveils smartwatch that can be connected wirelessly to an iPhone

With an iWatch looming, Microsoft's Bill Buxton details the 37-year history of smartwatches

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The era of the smartwatch appears to be steadily approaching. With Pebble shipping its model earlier this year and persistent rumors over Apple's own plans to introduce an iWatch, the world is buzzing about the possibilities for a connected watch. Microsoft principal researcher Bill Buxton held a talk at...
With an iWatch looming, Microsoft's Bill Buxton details the 37-year history of smartwatches

Google's Glass Project is Ramping up; the iWatch may adopt a Spiral User Interface; and the Woz Calls for iTunes on Android

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The afternoon edition of MORENEWS presents you with four links to interesting reports noted in our byline along with photos and a new video covering Google's upcoming Glass product line....
Google's Glass Project is Ramping up; the iWatch may adopt a Spiral User Interface; and the Woz Calls for iTunes on Android
How The iWatch Could Fix Apple Maps (AAPL)

Apple board member Bill Campbell expects high-tech 'intimate' device era, hints at 'iWatch'

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In a talk at Intuit's headquarters on Friday, company chairman and Apple board member Bill Campbell aired his thoughts on the intersection of technology and "intimate" objects, which he expects will yield a new era of personal electronics.    ...
Apple board member Bill Campbell expects high-tech 'intimate' device era, hints at 'iWatch'

Which way Apple ticks on the iWatch will show how gutsy the firm remains

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If Apple ever makes some kind of "iWatch" wearable device, how the company positions the device will tell a lot about where it's going....
Which way Apple ticks on the iWatch will show how gutsy the firm remains
Forget 'mobile vs. desktop,' the future of computing will be a question of 'head vs. wrist'

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

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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
Another convenient iWatch leak: Apple reportedly has 100 designers working on it
No new products until this fall, Tim Cook says

The iWatch Is Coming, And That's About All We Know

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We've known for some time that Apple's rumored "iWatch" appears to be a real concept, with patent filings that suggest a device completely distinct from the already watch-like 6th-gen iPod Nano. A report from Bloomberg this morning adds a few details -- namely that the product is being headed up by...
The iWatch Is Coming, And That's About All We Know

Pegatron increases workforce by 40 percent, adds more grist to Apple rumor mill

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Whenever a company involved in making Apple products adds to its workforce, the internet is flooded with "cheap iPhone" and "iWatch" stories. The latest event to perk up the rumor mongers is Pegatron, which announced that it'll be hiring 40,000 more workers in China for the second half of...
Pegatron increases workforce by 40 percent, adds more grist to Apple rumor mill

Poll Technica: Flexible glass displays coming to an iOS device near you?

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Apple may be working on a product that uses flexible glass displays, as evidenced by a job listing that temporarily appeared on the company's site. The listing, seen by several sites and screengrabbed by 9to5Mac before its removal, showed Apple searching for a senior optical engineer to work in...
Poll Technica: Flexible glass displays coming to an iOS device near you?

Why big change may be coming to iOS this year

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There are a lot of predictions being floated about what Apple’s going to do in 2013: an iWatch? An iTV? How about a plastic iPhone and an Apple TV SDK? A note from an analyst from Jefferies published Wednesday contains many of these predictions, but one idea about a move the...
Why big change may be coming to iOS this year

Ticking down to an iWatch debut: Reports say device to arrive this year

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The drumbeat of rumors regarding an Apple-made smart watch continues this week. This time it’s The Verge and Bloomberg saying that an iOS-based “iWatch” should arrive some time before the end of 2013. After reporting last month that a team of 100 people were working on a smart watch at...
Ticking down to an iWatch debut: Reports say device to arrive this year

Bloomberg: Apple's iWatch is real and there's already a huge team working on it

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Bloomberg: Apple's iWatch is real and there's already a huge team working on it

Swatch CEO doesn't believe Apple's rumored 'iWatch' is next tech revolution

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Investors and tech observers are abuzz about the possibilities of a so-called Apple "iWatch," but the CEO of Swatch is skeptical about just how much such a device could replace Apple's iPhone, saying he doesn't believe such a device would be the next smart device revolution....
Swatch CEO doesn't believe Apple's rumored 'iWatch' is next tech revolution

Before He Died, Steve Jobs Said He Wanted Apple To Make A Car (AAPL)

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Here's a nugget of news buried in Nick Bilton's story on Apple potentially making an iWatch: In a meeting in his office before he died, Steven P. Jobs, Apple's co-founder and former chief executive, told John Markoff of The New York Times that if he had more energy, he would...
Before He Died, Steve Jobs Said He Wanted Apple To Make A Car (AAPL)

Why Samsung Could Be Heading For A Fall

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In January, I wrote a story for Forbes called Is Samsung Invincible, predicting that the South Korean manufacturer might just have carved itself a defensible Number One spot in electronics, achieving an ambition that has eluded Sony, Panasonic and many others. 3 Reasons Samsung Is On Top Samsung has been...
Why Samsung Could Be Heading For A Fall

LG to Double OLED Brightness & Create Second Generation Curved Displays

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Last month Apple's CEO Tim Cook took the liberty of taking a few well deserved cracks at the inferiority of OLED displays used in competing products. One specific point that Cook made was that Apple's Retina Display provided users with a superior experience, noting that it was twice as bright....
LG to Double OLED Brightness & Create Second Generation Curved Displays

The iWatch: What I Hope Apple Actually Does (But Probably Won't)

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The post The iWatch: What I Hope Apple Actually Does (But Probably Won’t) appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.(image AppleInsider) Back in April of last year, I pondered Pebble, the then-wildly successful darling of Kickstarter fame. Pebble is a wristwatch device that connects to iPhones and displays various smart things....
The iWatch: What I Hope Apple Actually Does (But Probably Won't)
Apple iWatch? Fuggedaboutit ... this could be so much more

Apple iWatch Rumors Surface Again

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Apple iWatch Rumors Surface Again: I continue to have this suspicion that the most interesting Apple-related news in 2013 won't involve a television, but a wearable computing device. It's starting to make too much sense for them to do something here. And they know that. And have known that....
Apple iWatch Rumors Surface Again
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