1. Apple files a patent for its smartwatch, possibly named iTime.
Apple may not have a smartwatch — yet — but it certainly has a patent for one. http://t.co/4fKehcJUXF
— TechHive (@TechHive) July 22, 2014
Jimmy Kimmel decides to have a little fun with the news.
Watch Jimmy Kimmel trick people into thinking a $20 Casio watch is the new Apple iTime: http://t.co/XS6O29eE72
— Mashable Apple (@mashableapple) July 24, 2014
2. Shoes become the latest accessory to be turned “smart”, thanks to Indian startup Ducere Technologies.
Vibrating smartshoes put Google Maps at your feet http://t.co/Ea1PdDvI0k
— Guardian Tech (@guardiantech) July 25, 2014
3. Facebook launches a new feature, called “Save”, with a function similar to Pocket.
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) July 25, 2014
4. Is 3D printing going mainstream already? Amazon creates an online market place for 3D printed goods.
Amazon is jumping into the 3D printing market: http://t.co/LLG9lmpeur
— Mashable Business (@mashbusiness) July 29, 2014
5. Apple aiming to step up its e-book game by acquiring e-book data startup BookLamp. Should Amazon be scared?
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) July 28, 2014
6. Amazon becomes the latest big player to take a shot at a virtual “wallet”. Can they succeed where Apple and Google couldn’t?
Amazon just launched its Wallet app to digitally store your gift and loyalty cards http://t.co/Nxi8onQDzH
— The Verge (@verge) July 22, 2014
EA Games has announced a Netflix-for-games subscription service that gives you unlimited access to their titles for $5 a month. Excited? Just don’t forget to take a break and eat once in a while!
— Engadget (@engadget) July 29, 2014
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