Heath and fitness will be the focus in iOS 8 and their iWatch-a-ma-calit is going to bring it all together. Plus, our best guess on 2014 product releases and a DBH t-shirt giveaway!
Reportedly being tested for inclusion in iOS 8, the app would be Apple's first major push into monitoring and recording your health and fitness, according to 9to5Mac.
South Korean electronics giant sends save-the-date invitations to media for a "new conversation around health."
Leaked screenshots suggest that Preview and TextEdit apps from your Mac are coming to iOS 8 as well as Apple's fitness tracker Healthbook.
Apple's next mobile operating system will have an app called Healthbook, which will monitor your health and fitness, according to sources.
We've heard that iOS 8 will be announced at WWDC and we've heard rumors of what will be announced, but there's not much left on our most-wanted list to cross off.
Company is targeting shipments of 65 million smartwatches for 2014, claims a new report out of Taiwan.
As Samsung and Apple work to track your health in new ways, Google tracks where you parked the car. Also, Vine gets a website and Twitter tests a mute button.
Ming-Chi Kuo blames delay on challenges created by new hardware and software development.
Two patent applications describe environmental and temperature sensors that could be outfitted into "wrist-watch devices" as well as other wearable gadgets.