Spring flaunts new style of mobile shopping

The Spring app puts a new twist on impulse shopping, Guess is creating high-tech accessories, and Intel is using smartwatches to research Parkinson's disease.

The latest trend in mobile shopping: skip the social, buy now. In today's CNET Update, learn how the new Spring app acts like a virtual mall for hundreds of brands.

If you're shopping for a smartwatch, Motorola is expected to show off the Moto 360 at an event on Sept. 4. Guess is getting into high-tech fashion accessories by working with Martian. But there's more to smartwatches than style. Intel is working on smartwatch technology that can monitor patients with Parkinson's disease.


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