Fitbit is the go-to brand for fitness trackers, but most of their devices are plain and boring looking. Fitbit finally introduced a stylish looking fitness tracker, the Fitbit Blaze at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES).*****
This week in social media, Facebook began rolling out new options beyond its "Like" button and Messenger released for Apple Watch. Meanwhile, Twitter's first change under new permanent CEO Jack Dorsey rolled out and Pinterest added localized results for its huge international user base.*****
Monday, June 9, marks that time of year when Apple holds its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). It's more than just a gathering of programmers, though, and Apple's lengthy opening keynote kicking off the conference is when the public can get previews of products coming soon, updates on how recently-launched products are faring, and the occasional surprise announcement.*****
The big wait for the launch of the super hyped Apple Watch was originally going to be over by next Friday. Now most eager purchasers may be lucky to strap one on by the end of summer.*****
At its big "Spring Forward" event on Monday, Apple finally disclosed some key facts about the Apple Watch that the company wasn't ready to discuss when CEO Tim Cook took the stage last September to unveil the smartwatch.*****
Apple's earnings are through the roof, but is it really fresh momentum, or inertia?*****
It looks like Apple wants to make sure its upcoming Apple Watch looks good in the limelight.*****
Apple's announcement of its new smartwatch, which until Tuesday had been dubbed by the tech press the iWatch, garnered a lot of excitement. But after reflection, there are a few things Apple forgot to mention -- or deliberately obfuscated -- about its new wearable device.*****
There was a lot of speculation about the high-security big white building constructed outside of the Flint Center preceded Tuesday’s big iPhone 6 and Apple Watch launch. Here’s a look at what’s inside.*****
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its new wearable device, which had been referred to as the iWatch for years by highly expectant technology media, as simply "Apple Watch." Here's what you need to know.
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