As it stands, Google has the lead when it comes to wearables in the market. There are multiple smartwatches in the market at the moment powered by Android Wear, and the Apple Watch has yet to be released. But if there was one way Google could really steal some market away from Apple, it would be to make Android Wear devices compatible with iOS.
Unfortunately as it stands, it is not compatible meaning that even if you loved devices like the Moto 360, unless you’re willing to get an Android phone to use with it, well you’d be out of luck. That being said, we’ve seen Google release their products and services for iOS before, and it looks like Android Wear will be no different. Read full post →Google Wants To Make Android Wear Devices Compatible With Other Platforms
According to our report from a couple of days ago, Apple and GT Advanced Technologies had reached a settlement regarding the latter’s bankruptcy filing. The settlement would also see GT Advanced Technologies begin to wind down production at their Mesa, Arizona plant and possibly sell off some of their furnaces to help repay their debt to Apple.
However interestingly enough, Apple has since come forward to state that the plant might not be completely shut down. Instead the Cupertino company could have their own uses for it and might repurpose it for something else. Read full post →Apple Could Be Thinking Of Repurposing GT’s Mesa Sapphire Plant