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Phosphor Appear Bracelet watch

12/06/2011, Phosphor’s latest release would be the Appear Bracelet watch – where it is the most recent update to the Appear range, and what makes this particular line famous is the fact that it features the world’s first mechanical digital watches that...

YAL concept watch looks awesome

11/28/2011, If you’re a fan of futuristic designs and of watches that require a little bit of effort when it comes to telling the time, you might be interested in the YAL concept watch. Inspired by music from Tron, this funky-looking watch looks like it could...

Phosphor World Time Sport watch has an E Ink display

11/15/2011, Phosphor, a company known for its watches, has just announced the launch of its new World Time Sport watch: a sleek, modern and tech-savvy watch that features an E Ink display and doesn’t require buttons to operate. The watch features multiple modes...

WIMM smart watch runs on Android

11/10/2011, We have smartphones, smart homes, smart cars and smart TVs, but what about smart watches? The WIMM that you see above which is powered by the Android operating system from Google might be the next big thing, especially among Android users. Developer kits...

Ziiiro Celeste is one sweet looking watch

11/09/2011, Tired of all the normal watches that seem to be rehashes of regular designs, and you’re looking for something fresh? The brand new Celeste from Ziiiro might tickle your fancy. Instead of hands and markings to indicate the time, you get a couple of...

Double Vision Watch is totally out of this world

10/27/2011, Check this unique looking timepiece from Swatch and designer Jeremy Scott – known as the Double Vision Watch, you need not go to the optometrist to check on whether your vision is losing its edge, as this particular timepiece comes with a couple of...

i’m Watch Android watch shown off on video

10/26/2011, Remember the i’m Watch, the Android-based watch that we talked about a few months ago? Well, the folks over at armdevices.net recently caught up with the creators of the watch and shot some video footage of it in action. The watch runs on the...

Tokyoflash Kisai Seven does the Tron dance in telling the time

10/25/2011, Tokyoflash is extremely famous for the kind of timepieces that they churn out – where some of them are far more mind boggling than the rest, and the Kisai Seven takes a slightly different route. No, you will not need to have a PhD or be a rocket...

Cadence 4:20 Chronograph Watch announced

10/12/2011, Cadence Watch Company seems to be on a roll lately, and their rather limited range of timepieces does not mean they’re short on creativity, but perhaps it is the business direction that the company wants to take to make sure that they remain...

Tag Heuer chronograph concept costs a bomb

09/29/2011, Some concepts remain just that – a concept that has not been fleshed out in the form of a prototype, but you can be sure with the latest Tag Heuer chronograph concept, things are different. After all, it is said to be so precise that a blink of the...

Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch has dual timezones

09/28/2011, If you’re a family man who has to travel around the world a lot, then surely you need an app (and probably already do) to let you know of the time zone difference so that you can call your darling and wish her goodnight whenever you climb out of bed...

VanDam Go watch is also your wallet

09/23/2011, The recent introduction of Google Wallet proved to be quite a news buzz, but the idea itself has yet to take off in a big way, and Google does not (yet) own a monopoly of wireless transactions, leaving room for other players to jump into the fray. With...

Click Dip Switch and Turn Switch watches look impossible to read

09/21/2011, If you’re a huge fan of electronics and circuitry, what better way to show it than to get a gadget that constantly reminds you of those things? Enter the latest watches from Click Watch: the Dip Switch and the Turn Switch. Designed to look like a...

Cadence Ecomatic Sport Watch

09/21/2011, I clearly remember back in the days when I was still a kid, there were ordinary watches that ran on batteries, while the really rich kids in my school actually wore timepieces that did not need any sort of winding mechanism or batteries to keep it going...