Apple's September 12 event will undoubtedly be dominated by the iPhone. But let's not forget: a new Apple TV and new Apple Watch are widely expected to be unveiled, too. While smartwatches seem to have gone into a slumber lately, many companies have ... ( read original story ...)
With the release of the new Apple Watch 3 coming next week, here is what Apple doing to make the Apple Watch more important and relevant for runners. In just a few more days, we will have all of the details about the new iPhones and the new Apple Watch 3. ( read original story ...
The Apple Watch may not be the greatest device for telling time, but it’s being used by one Major League Baseball team to relay an opponent’s strategy to its players. Baseball is called a pastime for a reason. MLB has not been a huge adopter of ... ( read original story ...)
Even with the new watchOS 3.1 software, the Apple Watch’s battery is pretty poor, many users are having to charge their device up daily, whether it be a Series 1 or Series 2 model. Hopefully it will improve more with watchOS, but until then the watch ... ( read original story ...)
Commercials for the Apple Watch show people swimming, running, climbing, jumping. But the watch can also be used, it turns out, for another activity: cheating. The Boston Red Sox were caught by baseball’s authorities in a scheme to use the Apple Watch to ... ( read original story ...)
An Apple Watch has allegedly been used to gain the upper hand in a baseball game between two of the sport's biggest teams. It is claimed the device was used by the Boston Red Sox to let a batter know what sort of ball to expect from a pitcher. During a ... ( read original ...
BOSTON – Looking for any edge in an age-old rivalry, the Boston Red Sox got called out in a high-tech sign-stealing scheme they ran on the New York Yankees. The first-place Red Sox admitted to Major League Baseball that they used an Apple Watch to relay ... ( read original story ...)
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly admitted to Major League Baseball that they improperly used electronic devices to steal signs from their longtime rival New York Yankees. The New York Times reported Tuesday the Red Sox used a high-tech watch to relay ... ( read original story ...)
Smartwatches have long felt like a gadget in search of a purpose. However, it seems the Boston Red Sox have finally discovered one thing they are actually good at: cheating. According to complaint filed by New York Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman ... ( read original story ...)
BERLIN -- The Apple-vs.-Google rivalry is embarrassingly one-sided in the smartwatch market. You have the Apple Watch, the only contender you’ll likely see on people’s wrists outside tech events like the IFA trade show, which runs through Wednesday ... ( read original story ...)