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Apple Watch may open cars, says CEO Tim Cook

Tim Cook says he wants the Apple Watch to replace your key fob. Also, we dive into the core problem of #TheDress debate and bid farewell to Leonard Nimoy.

A wave of the wrist will be the key to Apple Watch's success.

Apple CEO Tim Cook tells The Telegraph he wants the Apple Watch to work with car locks , and the watch will also charge faster than the iPhone. But until we learn more about the smartwatch on March 9, we'll just have to keep ourselves captivated with the color of a certain divisive dress.

CNET Update is the only news report bold enough to address the real problem behind #TheDress. But we also say goodbye to beloved actor and director Leonard Nimoy, known for his role as Spock on Star Trek:

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Apple Watch may open cars, says CEO Tim Cook