Smartwatch

Report uncovers key people working on the iWatch project, gives hints at iWatch capabilities

Report uncovers key people working on the iWatch project, gives hints at iWatch capabilities

Earlier this week, Financial Times reported that Apple was hiring aggressively for the iWatch project.

9to5Mac provides some interesting details about Apple’s new hires, which gives us some idea of the scope of the project.

Apple hiring “aggressively” for iWatch project, may delay launch to late 2014

Apple hiring “aggressively” for iWatch project, may delay launch to late 2014

Financial Times reports that Apple is hiring “aggressively” for the iWatch project, which suggests that Apple is indeed serious about launching its own smartwatch.

However, Financial Times sources indicate that Apple may not launch the new product until late next year.

Apple has also filed for “iWatch” trademark in Mexico and Taiwan

Apple has also filed for “iWatch” trademark in Mexico and Taiwan

Japan and Russia are not the only countries where Apple has applied for the “iWatch” trademark, according to 9to5Mac and MacRumors, Apple has applied for “iWatch” trademark in Taiwan and Mexico as well.

Microsoft Working on Smartwatch With 1.5-inch Display [Report]

Microsoft Working on Smartwatch With 1.5-inch Display [Report]

It looks like everyone wants to launch a smartwatch. Over the weekend, Wall Street Journal reported that Microsoft may also be working on a smartwatch. 

Rumor: Google Working on an Android Smartwatch

Rumor: Google Working on an Android Smartwatch

It looks like Apple and Samsung are not the only companies working on a smartwatch.

The Financial Times reports that Google’a Android unit is also working on an Android smartwatch according to “a person briefed on the project”.

Samsung Executive Confirms Smartwatch Plans

Samsung Executive Confirms Smartwatch Plans

It has been widely speculated that Apple is working a smartwatch, unofficially dubbed iWatch that could be launched as early as this year.

Last month, leaked screenshots revealed that Samsung was also working on a smartwatch. Bloomberg now reports that Samsung has confirmed that it is indeed working on a smartwatch.