Tim Cook calls the Apple Watch the most personal device the company has ever createdWe'd like it to be a bit more personalThe new Watch, which starts at $349, is highly customizable, with a variety of different bands, from leather, to stainless steel to fluoroelastomer.
Sorry to disappoint you, recent Apple Watch buyers, but you’re not going to be able to use one of those brand new Apple Watch strap trading sites to get a whole new, extra watchband when your Apple Watch arrives. In case you missed it,
If you were hoping to build a third-party band for Apple Watch, then you now have some resources about the official way to make that happen. Apple posted details about its ‘Made for Apple Watch’ program on its website this week,
Apple is famously restrictive when it comes to controlling the look of its products, from color treatments to choice of materialsBut with the Apple Watch, its first wearable, the company is finally acknowledging that people love customization. In that spirit,
The Apple Watch has been out for less than two months , but already people are trying to unload theirs on sites like eBay. And these people aren’t just resellers hoping to cash in on the hype. Nope,
In the rush to parse all the details around the Apple Watch and its much-hyped bands, it was unclear whether or not all the wristbands — regardless of price — would be interchangeableWe now know that you can, in fact, use any of its bands on any of its Apple Watch cases.
Leading up to the launch of the Apple Watch, questions swirled around the assortment of bands Apple is releasing along with the device. How much will they cost? What kind of range will be on offer to start? And will they be compatible with each other?
Would you shell out money for a ‘smart’ accessory band for an Apple Watch that added additional capabilities? More battery life, perhaps? The reason I ask is that the Apple Watch has a port that the company has yet to show off.
The Apple Watch is a novel product in Apple’s lineup for more reasons than one, but the sheer range of options available to prospective buyers may be among the most challenging to wrap your head around. Have no fear,
We’ve been graced with the existence of Microsoft’s Band for 78 days, but after all the updates it has received and the updates around the corner, is it what we wanted from the start? Many Windows Phone fans began to drool over smart watch constructions such as Google’s Android Wear,
Even before we had any details about the Apple Watch, accessory-makers were clamouring to sell you a $50 thing to strap to your $500 smartwatch. Apple has now finally released details about how third parties can make bands for the Watch. And it’s made things clear: no fancy connectors,
Welcome to the end.The world premiere of Avengers: Endgame took place on Monday evening, with critics and industry peeps getting a look at the much-hyped film before it hits cinemas.Based on the first reactions on social media, the epic,
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is set to expand the use of facial recognition tech to identify just about every person leaving the United States on a commercial flight.As Quartz reports, the CBP already uses facial recognition technology at 15 U.S. airports.
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As Elon Musk made clear Monday, the technology most of his competitors in the self-driving car space use to help vehicles detect what's around them is lame. And his option is way better. "LiDAR is a fool's errand," he quipped about the laser-emitting tool that, in the simplest terms,
If you've ever had the misfortune of swiping on men on Tinder, you can probably relate to this video. A skit by writers Jon Foor and Luke Strickler poked fun at the overplayed trend of everyone on Tinder having exactly two personality traits: Liking The Office and loving dogs. "Where'd you grow up?
Look out, Uber. Tesla CEO Elon Musk plans to turn the electric car company's fleet of vehicles into a massive autonomous ride-hailing network.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate how well these gorillas know their angles?Ndakazi and Ndeze, two orphaned gorillas who were raised at Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo, posed for a selfie that went viral over the weekend.
U2 force-fed iTunes users with Songs of Innocence, its first album in five years, on Tuesday during Apple's iPhone 6 event. Now, the band is explaining the lead-up to the album's unconventional releaseIn a two-minute video posted to Twitter Thursday,
George Clooney is heading back to his TV roots — sortaBritish network ITV has confirmed that the actor will appear a sketch filmed on the set of Downton Abbey, which will promote the channel's annual charity drive, Text Santa.See also:
If you thought the Tonight Show gang had exhausted every possible game idea, you were dead wrong.Jimmy Fallon introduced a new game on Wednesday night's Tonight Show, which he's calling "Pool Bowling.
Engadget is reporting that LG is cooking up a smartwatch of its own that's coming out next quarter and will run on Google's just-announced wearables OS, dubbed Android Wear . Smartwatches for all! Read more...
An easter egg by any other name would still taste as sweet, even if it's not made of chocolate. We round up some of the best video game easter eggs tucked away in our favourite titles.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/17/video-games-the-best-easter-eggs-you-cant-eat/
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DVR maker TiVo this morning announced, for the first time, its users will now be able to access their recorded content on their TV via Apple TV and AirPlay. Through an updated TiVo iOS application,
Australian fitness guru Michelle Bridges ate dirt and labelled those who grow their own food "freaks" in a new ad for a supermarket chain.In the commercial for microwave meals from Woolworths, Bridges is dressed as a hippy in a garden,
What kind of sport only has one ball? We fixed football by replacing large men with hamsters, putting each of these hamsters in their own protective ball and letting them go wildReady, set, fuzzdown!See also: 'Friends' remade with hamsters. Could they BE any cuter?And, of course,