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Jimmy Kimmel parades $20 Casio as the new ‘iTime’ smartwatch

Jimmy Kimmel has pulled an hilarious prank on the streets of Los Angeles this week, With the hotly anticipated iWatch set to be released very soon he bought a $20 Casio watch and stuck an Apple sticker on the back to get some reactions from the people of LA, and some of the reactions are just brilliant. The watch is announced …

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Craig FoxJimmy Kimmel parades $20 Casio as the new ‘iTime’ smartwatch
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HTC leaks video showing possible ‘Smartwatch’

With Android wear and Apple’s reported iWatch coming to our wrists, its only a matter of time before other smartphone manufacturers get on the bandwagon and build their own Smartwatch. We reported recently that in fact Microsoft are already planning this and now we can bring your attention to a video inside HTC’S design office’s, which is said perhaps to …

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Craig FoxHTC leaks video showing possible ‘Smartwatch’
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Say goodbye to touch pads and mouses, with Myo

Wearables are becoming a daily part of peoples lives slowly but surely, from smart-watches, health monitors to Google Glass, and most all tend to be doing the same thing, from quick access to your notifications to reading your heart rate. Now, there is a new boy on the scene, called the Myo, brought to us by ThalmicLabs. The Myo itself …

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Craig FoxSay goodbye to touch pads and mouses, with Myo
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Is Microsoft about to take on Apple and Samsung with a Windows Watch?

Apple has somewhat led the way on certain things in the tech world, going from the early Apple 1 to the most recent iPhone they have always pushed the boundaries of the tech they work on. They aren’t always the first to market and aren’t always the ‘inventor’ of the said device, but they have pushed the boundaries and revolutionised …

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Craig FoxIs Microsoft about to take on Apple and Samsung with a Windows Watch?
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Apple iWatch pushed back till November due to its super advanced tech

We’d all been collectively crossing our fingers for Apple’s iWatch to be launched in October, but now a top (and often accurate) analyst has suggested that production may not even begin until late November. Urgh come on already Apple! Today the tech press is full of KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s predictions that the Apple iWatch won’t be made until November. In a …

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Becca CaddyApple iWatch pushed back till November due to its super advanced tech
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Could Microsoft’s new wearable be a wristband, not a watch?

We’ve known for a while now that Microsoft was gearing up to launch a wearable device, but the watch we were expecting might not be a watch at all. Instead of competing with Google and (we expect) Apple on that front, well-connected blogger Paul Thurrot’s sources say that Microsoft’s wearable will be a fitness-tracking wristband. It will monitor steps taken, …

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Diane ShipleyCould Microsoft’s new wearable be a wristband, not a watch?
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INSIGHT – The 10 things I want to see from Apple’s iWatch: female focus, awesome design, best in class tracking

The Apple iWatch is quickly becoming the Loch Ness monster of the tech world. I’ve heard rumours about its existence for as far back as I can remember (okay a year), but as of yet we’ve had no concrete evidence that it’s going to be an actual, real life thing anytime soon. Of course a number of ‘unnamed sources’, who …

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Becca CaddyINSIGHT – The 10 things I want to see from Apple’s iWatch: female focus, awesome design, best in class tracking
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Apple iWatch will come in different sizes and have ten tracking sensors

Apple’s iWatch is rumoured to be launched in October and this week WSJ has revealed some pretty interesting details about the highly-anticipated new wearable. According to WSJ’s source, the Apple iWatch will be available in a range of different models and sizes. This is music to our ears here at shinyshiny because wearables are so personal (they’re effectively like an …

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Becca CaddyApple iWatch will come in different sizes and have ten tracking sensors
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Apple confirms working with new materials – iWatch? iPhone 6?

Apple’s Design Supremo Jonathan Ive has given a long-ish interview to the New York Times, which is summarised here by The Guardian. In it he says ,well practically nothing interesting. But then again did you really expect him to share too much of Apple’s future plans? In among the bluster and the reiteration that Tim Cook was always Steve Jobs’ man, …

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Ashley NorrisApple confirms working with new materials – iWatch? iPhone 6?

Microsoft files wearable patent for iWatch-style activity tracker

This week, plans have emerged from a recently-filed Microsoft patent, which details a gadget that sounds suspiciously like Apple's highly-anticipated new iWatch. According to Patent Bolt and Cult of Mac, Microsoft's patent covers a smartwatch device that can be…

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Becca CaddyMicrosoft files wearable patent for iWatch-style activity tracker

Apple's new iWatch could predict (and hopefully prevent) heart attacks

Apple's long-awaited iWatch is expected to have many of the features we've already seen from successful smartwatch predecessors, like Samsung's Galaxy Gear and the super slick Pebble – we're talking call, text and social notifications, as well as dedicated…

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Becca CaddyApple's new iWatch could predict (and hopefully prevent) heart attacks

Why Apple and Samsung are this generation's Blur and Oasis – but which is which?

Almost twenty years ago a battle raged for the hearts and minds of a nation's youth. One that might have been based around two pop bands, but incorporated elements of class, geography, outlook and more. When Blur's record label…

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Ashley NorrisWhy Apple and Samsung are this generation's Blur and Oasis – but which is which?