Tag Archives: iWatch

Yes, Apple’s Watch changes everything

When Apple enters any market, its products tend to have significant impact. And after spending time with the new Apple Watch, which starts shipping tomorrow, we think Apple’s arrival changes everything for the smartwatch. We

Apple Watch: All you need to know

It’s been exactly six months now since Apple announced the Watch – and will be another month and a half before you can buy one. With a pricing announcement today, Apple fueled the

Finally, an Apple Watch – our first insights

Don’t be fooled by the cute Mickey Mouse watch face

Moto 360 launch = iWatch ahoy?

Is the Moto 360 launch a sign that Apple really is launching an iWatch next week?

iWatch speculation time: Still too early

Lucky Apple – it enjoys such great media interest in its products. All it needs do is send out a media invitation to a launch event on September 9 and the world’s

The wristwatch strikes back

Technically speaking, the Withings Activité is a smartwatch – but don’t expect to use it to read your mails. On the surface, the Activité is a stylish unisex watch. Under the face,

Apple’s Beats acquisition hints at distributed wearables ‘big picture’

Apple’s rumored acquisition of trendy headphone maker Beats could be a hint as to how Apple is planning to redefine the market when it finally launches a range of wearables. Apple still

Did Nike sacrifice FuelBand on the Apple altar?

Did Nike sacrifice its FuelBand on Apple’s altar? Is the decision a sign that the long-hyped iWatch is actually going to launch soon? Looking into the past helps to provide the big picture. Nike and

Research firm IDC weighs in on wearables

Leading market research firm IDC has thrown its hat into the ring regarding market sizing for wearables. IDC’s predictions carry some weight, with a well-earned reputation for getting it right on the numbers.

Is is a band? Is it a watch? New Samsung wristband blurs the lines

It’s fitting that Samsung sponsors Robin Thicke, whose song Blurred Lines was one of the mega hits of 2013 – because with the new Galaxy Gear Fit, Samsung is further blurring the