After all of the rumors and speculation, Apple has announced its new wearable device. The Apple Watch starts at $349, and requires an iPhone to work, with availability from early next year.
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Although there is no shortage of smartwear for users, Ritot takes a different approach by projecting the data onto your wrist, and it has reached its Indiegogo goal already.
A new report is claiming that a date has been set for Apple's iWatch launch: October. The report, from Re/Code, states that 3/5 million iWatches could be produced per month with a focus on fitness.
After earlier reports claimed Samsung's smartwatch was a flop, the company is now saying sales are exceeding expectations and the Galaxy Gear is a massive hit with over 800,000 watches sold
According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft is actively working on a smartwatch, as the company is said to be working with Asian suppliers on touchscreens for the device.
A report by Bloomberg has outlined some reasons why Apple will jump into the smart watch market during 2013, which will put Apple ahead of Google in the lucrative wearables market.
Folks have been anxiously waiting for the Kickstarter funded Pebble smartwatch and it's finally here. The devices will start shipping on January 23rd but there are almost 100.000 backorders as of now.