Apple will be judged by its ability to surprise us with the new, revelatory, and enabling – which have become less frequent.
Wearable devices are tiger country. If they go anywhere near being medical devices, bringing them to market is slow, costly, and constraining.
You tap your watch, and the face remains black. Is it dead? Here’s what to do next.
Unable to exercise with friends because our free time does not coincide, have we become competitors by proxy, via performance tracking services?
Packaging is the new corporate forecasting tool.
Is the Watch another symptom of Apple’s growing designomania? Or poised for success?
Many Watch users are reporting problems getting the watchOS 2.0 update to install, just as I have […]
A number of those trying to update their Watch to watchOS 2.0 are experiencing problems with the […]
In addition to the many enhancements, and the ability to run native apps on the Watch, watchOS […]
Both significant events for 16 September turned out to be wrong: we walked when it should have been wet, and are still waiting for watchOS 2.0.