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Saturday,  02/28/15  08:05 PM

me and RegSo.  (Is the new "well")
So be it.

the Pebble TimeAhead of the impending announcement and availability of Apple Watch, a slew of competitors are announcing products.  Including Pebble, with the new Pebble Time.  Yay. 


Swatch Touch Zero OneMeanwhile Swatch have announced the ... Touch Zero One.  Bad name but looks interesting. 


LG UrbaneAnd there is a WebOS-based LG Watch Urbane, which looks kind of cool.  (I was a big fan of WebOS on the Palm Pre, but it isn't clear how that translates to a smartwatch UI.) 


Huawai smartwatchAnd LBNL, Huawai have announced a nice Android Wear smartwatch. 

Lots of choices, but I think everyone is going to wait and see what Apple announce before buying anything...

 

 

Moses awaits

Saturday,  02/28/15  09:24 PM


Hehe I love it

 
 

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