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Is Apple Testing a Smarter Battery for iWatch?

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February 3, 2014
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A New York Times report Sunday says Apple's putting resources into coming up with a new way to keep devices, like the rumored iWatch, charged longer. Video provided by Newsy


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TheStreet (June 20, 2014) — Apple's planning on releasing its long-awaited iWatch this fall, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Apple may have put a strong emphasis on health and fitness in the device, with more than 10 sensors incorporated that are able to collect the wearer's fitness data. Apple already revealed a move toward tracking health data with its announcement of HealthKit for iOS 8 at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The report cites a source who claims that Apple is planning to add features to the watch that will combat criticism that existing smartwatches only perform the functions of the average smartphone. Video provided by TheStreet
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Apple's iOS 8 Could Build in Fitness Tracking: Report

Apple's iOS 8 Could Build in Fitness Tracking: Report

Newsy (Feb. 1, 2014) — Apple is reportedly planning health and fitness tracking features for iOS 8, which could pair with the company's rumored iWatch. Video provided by Newsy
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The Future Electric Car May Be One Big Battery

The Future Electric Car May Be One Big Battery

Reuters (Nov. 11, 2012) — Swedish researchers believe the problem of battery efficiency in electric cars can be solved by turning the car's entire frame into one, big battery. They say their solution would remove the drag created by today's heavy batteries, vastly increasing the range of electric cars. Jim Drury has the story.
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HTC One Max Android Smartphone Phablet Review

HTC One Max Android Smartphone Phablet Review

TheStreet (Dec. 26, 2013) — HTC's new One Max smartphone is HUGE - the phablet has a 5.9 inch 1080x1920 display. Compared to the original HTC One and the Apple iPhone, the size of the One Max is very noticeable. The One Max comes with 2 gigabytes of RAM, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, 4-megapixel rear camera, 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera, and a high-capacity battery. TheStreet's Gary Krakow finds the HTC One Max to be a great performer with a beautiful display, but holding the device for extended periods of time can be tiring.
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