You can sum up Intel's strategy in a few choice phrases: we can be ARM, too; we will build anything now; we are a conflict material free company; we don't know how to make wearables wearable; McAfee is kind of embarrassing so we're dropping the name, finally.
Pundits are expecting that the US Christmas sensation will be a watch which allows parents to track their kids.
As scientists develop the next wave of smartwatches and other wearable computing, they might want to continue focusing their attention on the arms and the wrists. According to a recent Georgia Tech study, portable electronic devices placed on the collar, torso, waist or pants may cause awkwardness, embarrassment or strange looks.
The company is wary of wearable devices but it will compete with its own device, but it thinks its tablet will be something completely different.
Rumors and speculation over an impending smartwatch race amongst industry heavyweights have been increasing in recent months.
Apple's reported to be working on a smart watch boasting a curved touchscreen and running iOS.
Valve developer Michael Abrash has confirmed that he is working on a "wearable computing" project where both computer-generated graphics and the real world are seamlessly overlaid.