Remember back in March, when Swiss watchmakers were said to be dismissive and unwilling to work with Apple on its rumored Apple Watch project? Some are apparently already regretting that attitude as we inch closer to the device's launch. Today LVMH watch head Jean-Claude Biver announced that he'd "changed his mind," reports Reuters, and he's partnering with unspecified tech companies as he attempts to make a smartwatch of the company's own.
Interest in the upcoming Apple Watch continues to build, according to research firm UBS, which recently gathered data from 4,000 people across four different countries regarding the device. Now, at last, they've delivered a figure regarding what we can expect from sales of the product: around 10 percent of consumers are "very likely" to buy a smartwatch within the next year.
If you’re anything like us, your workout equipment creates more dust bunnies than muscle. It’s all too easy to use a new gadget until it loses its luster, then toss it in a closet or drawer where it’ll never be found again. The Nike+ SportWatch GPS is an exception to this rule.