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Jimmy Kimmel strikes again! This time he's showing off the new Apple "iWatch" to a select few, only to reveal that he is really giving displaying a Casio watch with an Apple sticker.
Google's Larry Page is said to have expressed frustrations over Samsung's wearables strategy in a 'tense' meeting - but Samsung isn't happy either, privately referring to Google as a "bully".
Wellograph is introducing its all-in-one fitness watch that will offer native compatibility with Windows Phone devices, as well as Android and iOS. Launching this July, it will cost $349 USD.
Intel has reportedly won an auction to acquire wearable devices making company, Basis, for an amount upwards of $100 million to strengthen itself in the newly emerging wearables market.
Smartphone maker, HTC, is rumored to be working on numerous wearable devices and will be showcasing a smartwatch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, in a private event for carriers and partners.
A recent meeting between Google reps and the FDA seems to show that the Mountain View company is looking at developing wearable sensors such as contact lenses that provide bio-feedback.
A new report claims that Android Kit Kat is centered around wearables, low-end handsets and fixing some of Android's long-standing issues. All signs point to Android 4.4 as a major, must-have update.