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Tokyoflash's cryptography-inspired Kisai X watch tells time via pyramid lens, LED lights

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Tokyoflash, maker of highly conceptual, anything-but-your-average-wristwatch products like the Kisai OTO and the Kisai Maru, is outing its latest device: the Kisai X. Like many of the company's timepieces, the X is the result of fan submissions. In this case, it was co-designed by Firdaus Rohman and Heather Sable,...
Tokyoflash's cryptography-inspired Kisai X watch tells time via pyramid lens, LED lights

Apple's reportedly testing curved glass for 'iWatch'

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Apple's much-rumored smart wristwatch to feature a curved glass display that will set it apart from competitors, reports The New York Times. [Read more]...
Apple's reportedly testing curved glass for 'iWatch'

Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more

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Plus the router feature that could let it be pwned, Flash at risk (again), motherboards on the market and moreA quick burst of 12 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamDisruptions: Apple is said to be developing a curved-glass smart watch >> NYTimes.comIn its headquarters...
Boot up: iWatch confirmed?, Surface in demand, Spotify on WinPhone and more
Neuro-nerds from MIT say they can solve stress with a 'magic' watch
'Apple Poses Absolutely No Threat To Our Market,' Says Swiss Watchmaker

2013 'iWatch' debut could rake in more profit than an Apple television set

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The current wristwatch market has much higher gross margins than HDTV sales, which could set the stage for Apple to sell its own hugely profitable wearable hardware as soon as this year....
2013 'iWatch' debut could rake in more profit than an Apple television set

Taily: And 4 More Bizarre Gizmos From Japan And Elsewhere

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Japan didn't just give us the quartz wristwatch, the DSLR, and the Playstation. It also gave us the Subway Sleeper, the Hay Fever Hat and the Kaba Kick Russian Roulette Toy for Kids! The country has long been a hub for wacky inventions you never knew you wanted, so in tribute to the keepers...
Taily: And 4 More Bizarre Gizmos From Japan And Elsewhere
Facet Wants to Cradle Your iPad on the Couch and in Bed

Wearable technology: a vision of the future?

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Intelligent ski goggles, glasses that film what you see - it's the next wave of technology. And pretty soon you'll be wearing itNot so long ago I was skiiing down a slope in France, wearing a pair of ski goggles which, when I looked down and to my right, showed...
Wearable technology: a vision of the future?

Samsung developing wristwatch, looks to get ahead of Apple

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A Samsung executive has told Bloomberg that his company, too, is developing a smart watch that could set up yet another product war with its smartphone rival, Apple. Lee Young Hee, the executive vice president of the Korean firm's mobile business, told Bloomberg that the company has been developing a...
Samsung developing wristwatch, looks to get ahead of Apple

Wordy wristwatch isn't 'smart,' but it sure looks sweet

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The Qlocktwo W quite literally spells out the time for you, without hands or numerals. It may not offer up texts or tweets, but its single-mindedness is impressive in this age of smart devices and "iPocketwatches." [Read more]...
Wordy wristwatch isn't 'smart,' but it sure looks sweet
Forget 'mobile vs. desktop,' the future of computing will be a question of 'head vs. wrist'
MetaWatch adds Bluetooth 4.0 support, iPhone compatibility in latest developer kit for $199

Garmin Approach S3 golf watch provides assistance for 27,000 courses (video)

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If you're looking for the latest dose of technology to compliment your time on the green, then take a gander at Garmin's Approach S3 golf watch. An upgrade from the Approach S1, this GPS-enabled gadget adds a touchscreen to the mix and now provides assistance for 27,000 courses across...
Garmin Approach S3 golf watch provides assistance for 27,000 courses (video)

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

TimesCast Media+Tech: Esquire Magazine Takes On Television

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Esquire prepares to introduce a new television network. Beauty bloggers storm fashion week. The wristwatch of the future....
TimesCast Media+Tech: Esquire Magazine Takes On Television
iWatch watch: Apple reportedly testing curved glass devices for your wrist

THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Google Is Working On A 'Smart Watch' Of Its Own (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google is actively exploring the idea of making its own smart watch, a source briefed on the plans tells Business Insider. Specifically, it is looking at ways it might be able to market this device. This makes sense for a few reasons. For starters, Google recently secured a patent for a smart watch...
THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Google Is Working On A 'Smart Watch' Of Its Own (GOOG, AAPL)
Glove One: the 3D-printed gauntlet of cellphones

VivoPlay packs WiFi, GPS and a GSM connection for tracking, calling your kids

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If you're not keen on giving your little tyke the latest and greatest in terms of smartphones, but still want them to be a call away, the VivoPlay could fit the bill. Evado Filip, the company behind the device, has packed in GPS, WiFi and a GSM connection into...
VivoPlay packs WiFi, GPS and a GSM connection for tracking, calling your kids

Smartwatch Fever Hits Samsung Too, As It Races Apple

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Can the S-Watch beat the iWatch? Samsung is, according to its EVP of mobile, actually working on a smartwatch, and has in fact been "preparing the watch product for so long." Lee Young Hee wouldn't be drawn on the specifications, arrival date or price for the device in an...
Smartwatch Fever Hits Samsung Too, As It Races Apple

Report: Google at work on Android gaming console

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Google reportedly is developing a gaming console powered by its Android mobile operating system in an effort to widen the software's reach beyond smartphones and tablets and stay ahead of its competitors.The company's plans also include developing an Android-powered wristwatch and a new version of the company's Android-based Nexus...
Report: Google at work on Android gaming console
Passive authentication using a wristwatch and your body's bioelectric signature

Yet Another Buzz-Generating Report Surfaces About Apple's Smart Watch

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The third report in a week has surfaced about the Apple smart watch. Bloomberg just published a story citing two unnamed sources who say that the company has a team of about 100 product designers working on a “wristwatch-like device that may perform some of the computing tasks now handled...
Yet Another Buzz-Generating Report Surfaces About Apple's Smart Watch

The New York Times is back with the curved glass iOS iWatch story

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According to a report from Nick Bilton for The New York Times citing people close to the situation, Apple is currently in the process of developing a wristwatch that utilizes curved glass. This isn’t the first time Bilton has reported that Apple has wearable devices in the works, and there...
The New York Times is back with the curved glass iOS iWatch story

Apple Has Also Filed for an 'iWatch' Trademark in Japan

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Photo of the Pebble watch Bloomberg reports that Apple has filed for a trademark for the term 'iWatch' in Japan:The maker of iPhones is seeking protection for the name which is categorized as being for products including a handheld computer or watch device, according to a June 3 filing...
Apple Has Also Filed for an 'iWatch' Trademark in Japan

Apple's new smartwatch will run iOS and be launched before the end of the year, according to reports

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Rumors of a smartwatch currently being developed by Apple continue to gain traction, as both Bloomberg and The Verge shed some light on its current development status and how it will operate in day-to-day use. Bloomberg has reported that Apple currently has a team of “about 100 product designers” who...
Apple's new smartwatch will run iOS and be launched before the end of the year, according to reports

Apple's Tim Cook drops hints about wearables, more collaboration

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Is Apple making a wristwatch? What new products are in the pipeline? Apple chief executive Tim Cook, in answering those and other questions, executed a characteristically careful dance. But he dropped small hints about what the company may have on tap for the future, while declining to confirm anything concrete....
Apple's Tim Cook drops hints about wearables, more collaboration

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)

New Apple 'iWatch' Patent Application Reveals Slap Bracelet with Wraparound Touch-Sensitive Display

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A newly-publidshed patent application from Apple discovered by AppleInsider discloses a new "bracelet" accessory with a wraparound design where the screen would cover the entire outer surface. While the word "watch" is not used anywhere in the patent application, which was filed in August 2011, the "wearable video device" described...
New Apple 'iWatch' Patent Application Reveals Slap Bracelet with Wraparound Touch-Sensitive Display
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