The Hublot Big Bang e has dropped. The brand’s entry into the smartwatch world is a big deal – but not for the reasons the company suits would have you believe. While they reckon the Big Bang e brings Hublot into the modern world, the smartwatch stands a good chance of undermining their unique selling point: traditional watch style. Let’s have a look . . .
The Apple Watch 5 offers some new cosmetic options (titanium and ceramic case, Hermès edition), a compass, a menstrual cycle tracker and a REALLY LOUD NOISE detector (Note: detects really loud noises quietly.). The Apple-loving press had to have something to report. Ladies and gentlemen, behold! The always-on Apple Watch Series 5! And the crowd goes wild. O.K., maybe that’s the wrong word . . .
“The Apple Watch might include sleep tracking sooner than you think,” engadget.com reports. 9to5mac.com takes the “might” out of that report and spills the tea on the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch sleep app . . .
“There’s a Good Reason for iPhone Owners to Get This Non-Apple Smartwatch,” gearpatrol.com‘s headline proclaims. That’s some pretty catchy clickbait, what with Apple Watch aficionados saving their pennies for Cupertino’s non-too-cheap Series 5 smart watch. And the reason for unearthing a Fossil is . . .