If smartwatches become the next big thing in tech, Microsoft apparently doesn’t want to be left out.
Instead of letting the rumor mill do the talking, a Samsung executive has come right out and said it: The company is building its own smartwatch to compete with whatever Apple might be working on.
Recent rumors about Apple “experimenting” with a curved-glass smartwatch have escalated, with Bloomberg reporting that the company “has a team of about 100 product designers” working on the project.
It’s not clear when an Apple smartwatch would materialize, if ever. But you can learn a lot just by looking at the competition and evaluating its strengths and weaknesses. Here’s a look at other smartwatch attempts.
Casio has come up with a more traditional and less ambitious answer to high-tech smartwatches.
If you look at the iPod Nano through the years, it’s hard to tell what Apple wants the product to be.
Apple has reinvented the diminutive music (and sometimes video) player on a nearly annual basis, swinging it from tall and …
After 85,000 pre-orders and over $10 million in Kickstarter pledges, the Pebble smartwatch is sold out.
Pebble is a wristwatch that connects via Bluetooth to the iPhone and Android phones, allowing it to receive caller ID, …
Earlier this year, I wrote an article here suggesting four industries Apple could disrupt, and one of the industries I mentioned was the watch industry.
When Steve Jobs introduced the touchscreen iPod Nano in 2010, he …