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Apple should buy Fitbit in order to bring more customers into its ecosystem while gaining more expertise in health and fitness.
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Google's Android Wear operating system for smartwatches is so stripped of functionality that it's practically useless. With notifications that say nothing and hobbled apps, this puny platform needs a makeover.
The launch of the iWatch gives Apple CEO Tim Cook the first opportunity to truly step out of Steve Job's shadow.
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Smartwatches and fitness bands are a hot trend - but do people want them? Here's what can be done to ensure wearable tech has a future.
This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Tom's Guide's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. The massive Consumer Electronics Show (CES), hosted annually in Las Vegas, showcases the latest disc
From hyped startups like Pebble to established players like Apple and Samsung, everyone is making a smartwatch. But do consumers really want them?
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