Fossil’s Q Founder on sale
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$295 for Android Wear

Fossil's first Android Ware smartwatch has gone on sale for $295.

Apple orders only 4 million more iWatches
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Expecting lower sales

Fruity cargo cult Apple does not have any high expectations that iWatch will sell much more.

IWatch failed claims analyst
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“Collectables” for fanboys

Apples’ iWatch has been dismissed as a “collectable” for fanboys which made no real impact on the market.

Tame Apple Press spins Apple watch disaster
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Claims Apple is the King of Smartwatches

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat over the failure of the iWatch to meet the hype.

Tag Heuer's watch teased
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Oh you little Intel Android tease you.

Google, Intel and luxuary watch-makter Tag Heuer have been teasing the release of a new smartwatch.

Smartwatches used to spy
Published in Wearables
14 September 2015

Smartwatches used to spy

Data leak

In another reason not to own a smartwatch, a team of boffins have turned them in to devices which can spy on their owners.

Microsoft Thrilled, Apple Copies Surface
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Microsoft happily jumps on the iPad Pro boat with updated Office.

After joining Apple on the stage last night as the tech-fashion-cult juggernaut unveiled its latest gadgets, Microsoft has announced updates to the Office for iPad (Pro). New features for the iWatch incoming as well.

Apple fanboys discover time
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IWatch's most obvious feature is the only feature

Apple fanboys desperate to find a use for the perfectly pointless technology have focused on its most obvious feature – they are using it to tell the time.

Samsung lets Android rivals use its watch
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Wants wider adoption

Samsung to make its Tizin smartwatch work with competitors' Android smartphones.

Apple watch is just a "toy" claims watchmaker
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Swatch boss says it is no revolution

Swatch CEO Nick Hayek has dismissed the Apple Watch as an "interesting toy" but shows no innovation.