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Monday, 15 April 2013 08:06

Microsoft said to be working on smart watch

Written by Fudzilla staff

Because Surface didn’t flop hard enough

Microsoft is reportedly working on designs for a smart watch, joining the likes of Apple and Samsung who are said to be working on similar devices.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Redmond is currently sourcing components for its Windows watch, including 1.5-inch displays. However, it is still not clear whether the device will ever hit the market. Microsoft has a long tradition of working on various designs, some of which never enter production.

Sadly though, Microsoft isn’t very good at this sort of thing. The Kin phone was a disaster and its Surface tablets aren’t doing very well, either. Hopefully Vole has learned a few lessons along the way.

More here.

 

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