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Details of the device were revealed by IBTimes UK, citing sources close to the matter. Previous rumours about the smartwatch being cross-platform compatible were also confirmed.
The new sensors will mean that the Microsoft smartwatch, expected to launch later this year, will be able to warn users when ultraviolet levels are high and there is a risk of skin damage.
The blood-glucose monitor will be of particular benefit to sufferers of diabetes, who currently rely on intrusive and unwieldy equipment to keep a check on their sugar levels."
Noticed these all need to be tethered to be useful? Anything which sells more huge-margin smartphones is just gonna be rammed down consumers throats, so expect tons of "buy this handset and get this hugely discounted smartwatch" type bundles any time now.
Just do what this guy did and use two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-pMZd1fupw
Never would I have thought science could be kicked out of the park regarding journeys beneath our feet further than The Core until
Making UI uniform across all devices is a risky strategy. If consumers, familiar with Windows 7 & XP, hate Windows 8, how are they going to be sold Microsoft's new phone on the strength "it's the same as our new PC desktop" ?
What would this guy have done without one?
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We were told recently the Samsung slapdown by Apple was because of Samsung mods to Android.
Why waste a quarter of them with a stupid huge black bar running down the full length of the homescreen, making it look all lop-sided and amateur?
Are we supposed, like, dig this as the trendy new way forward?
Just say no. Seriously - why don't the people responsible take the past history of those "contributing" into account?
Nokia is in imminent danger of leaving the mobile phone industry in favour of becoming an outsourced excrement distributor. This could be their last chance of avoiding that and giving their customers what they really want, thereby surviving: Nokia Android handsets/tablets.