Fitbit is the king of wearables
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Apple fails miserably, despite cuckoo press stories 


You might not be aware of it, because the Tame Apple Press is going on an offensive, but Apple is losing the wearable’s market to Fitbit.

Samsung plans two new smartwatches
Published in Wearables


Gear S3 Frontier and S3 Classic out next month

Samsung has announced that it will be releasing the Galaxy Gear S3 smartwatch next month.

iWatch banned from British Cabinet
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Michael Gove was too insecure 

The UK government has banned Apple's iWatch from its government Cabinet meetings because they can be easily knocked over by the Russians.

Smartwatches fail to catch on
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Now is not the hour

While the fruity tax-dodger Apple does its best to convince the world that its Smartwatch 2 is any different from the expensive chocolate teapot which was the earlier model, it appears that other more “cutting edge” manufacturers are giving up on the tech.

Apple has booked the hall for its iPhone 7 launch
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Be prepared for a snooze

Fruity cargo cult Apple has booked the hall for one of its Nuremberg style rallies on September 7 where US journalists will shame themselves by cheering for products that they know are actually pants.

Next iWatch will need an iPhone
Published in Wearables


Inovation, Apple has heard of it

When it was first released, the iWatch was slammed for needing an iPhone to work. After all, there is no point having an iWatch if you have to carry your phone around too.  Now, two years later, the crack inovators at Apple still have not managed to fix the problem.

New Apple Watch will be buried in iPhone 7 release
Published in Wearables


Nothing to see here,  move on please

A Chinese analyst claims that Apple will release the “new and improved” iWatch when all the coverage is going to be focused on the iPhone 7.

Apple expects your gear to be dead in three years
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It does not matter how much you paid

It might have cost you an arm and a leg, but Apple does not expect its shiny toys to last longer than three to four years.

Apple not going to save the iWatch
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New model will be an S

It looks like Apple has no plan to rescue its awful iWatch. Word on the street is that the next model will be an S which will basically mean it is the same as one which failed to interest people last year.

Apple defeated by British justice
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Welsh underdog proved IWatch was fragile

The fruity cargo cult Apple cult has suddenly found itself having a taste of reality when a Welsh bloke successfully sued Apple and forced the company to change a misleading Apple Watch product description.