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Microsoft is expected to reveal thier first wearable device in the coming weeks. While we know very little factual information about this upcoming device, we can now confirm that it has passed FCC certification and from the FCC reports we can confirm few things. Find them below, Model number: 1619 FCC ID: C3K1619 Works on Bluetooth LE Comes in Small, Medium and…

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Respected publication Forbes reports that Microsoft is on the verge of releasing a wearable device. They identify it as a smart watch that will track a users heart rate and which will have more than 2 days battery life. The handset is expected to sync with iOS, Android and Windows Phone handsets. Two days battery life would put it ahead…

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Today, with the Apple Watch, Apple defied expectations by not only not setting a new trend but by being behind the trend with their rectangular abomination.  When Microsoft releases their long rumoured smart watch, they need to do a lot better.

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Way back in early 2013 we backed a kickstarter for a Windows Phone compatible smartwatch, the Agent smart watch. I think many readers may have forgotten sending the company the money, as the device has overshot its projected delivery date by nearly a year now. The good news however is that the team as continued to plug away at the…

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13 months ago we first posted about the Kreyos Meteor smart watch, then a new project raising money on Indiegogo, which then promised Windows Phone compatibility. The accessory promised to let you control functions on your smartphone using voice and gestures, courtesy of its microphone and 3 axis gyroscope, and the water proof watch will also be able to function…

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Microsoft’s smart watch is more or less confirmed, with Forbes vouching for the existence of the cross-platform fitness tracker. Now Gearlive.com claims to have seen the device in person, being road tested in New York a few months ago. The tester initially denied that it was the real deal, but according to Gearlive eventually relented and spilled the beans.

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Microsoft seems to have a new strategy in place to secure Internet of Things support for Windows Phone. They are working directly with 3rd party OEMs to help them support the OS, and the latest smart watch OEM to take of this is PH Technical Labs, maker of the Hot Watch. The Hot Watch, with an e-Paper screen, got its…

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