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Sony Readying 'E-Paper' Watch?

Sony Readying
In its bid for the wearables market, Sony is reportedly developing a watch made out of electronic paper for release as soon as next year. The e-paper watch will emphasize style over tech innovations.
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Dragons, Aliens, Heroes for the Gamer
Sony's PlayStation 4 video-game console has built an impressive lead over its competitors. That's good news for holiday shoppers because it has driven Microsoft and Nintendo to offer more deals.
Help Your Selfie with Add-On Gear
Not all selfies are created equal. Some are blurry, poorly framed or miss the action because you might be scrubbing your thumb fishing for a virtual shutter button as the moment passes you by.
Apple Starts Clock on Apple Watch
The clock is ticking for developers to come up with clever apps for the Apple Watch. Apple released WatchKit, a set of tools for developers to design apps for the long-awaited smartwatch.
Is Intel's Bracelet Wearable Wantable?
Chipmaker Intel and Open Ceremony are showing off a wearable bracelet technology that aims squarely at the luxury market. Dubbed MICA, the device targets “highly-connected” women.
HTC Re Fun; Won't Beat Phone Cams
Unique camera needs a killer app.
Is Google Glass Losing Its Rosy Tint?
Developers, consumers lose interest.
Hoverboards Will Soon Be a Reality
The Hendo is 'only the beginning.'
Android's Lollipop Upgrade Is Sweet
Worthy upgrade should stay unfettered.
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