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Apple Starts Clock on Apple Watch

Apple Starts Clock on Apple Watch
The clock is ticking for developers to come up with clever apps for the Apple Watch. Apple released WatchKit, a set of tools for developers to design apps for the long-awaited smartwatch.
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Is Intel's Bracelet Wearable Wantable?
Chipmaker Intel and Open Ceremony are showing off a wearable bracelet technology that aims squarely at the luxury market. Dubbed MICA, the device targets “highly-connected” women.
HTC Re Fun; Won't Beat Phone Cams
Don't live your life through a screen. That's the premise behind HTC's new Re camera, which aims to let users document all of life's little moments and actually experience them, too.
Is Google Glass Losing Its Rosy Tint?
A new report says many app developers have stopped work on Google Glass-related projects, key employees have left the project and a funding consortium has vanished. Is the project losing traction?
Hoverboards Will Soon Be a Reality
Skateboarding is going airborne with the launch of the first real commercially marketed hoverboard which uses magnetics to float about an inch off the ground. For now, it's all about fun.
Android's Lollipop Upgrade Is Sweet
Worthy upgrade should stay unfettered.
iPod Antitrust Trial Gets Under Way
Consumers say iTunes was monopoly.
Nexus Player: Google's Apple TV
The big-screen branch of Google Play.
Amazon Echo: Like Siri for Your Home
Driving everything with voice.
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