Atomic Wristwatch, Curved Screen Displays For Smartphones, IPhone 5C Price Cut And More

Posted: Oct 7 2013, 1:41pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Atomic Wristwatch, Curved Screen Displays for Smartphones, iPhone 5C Price Cut and More

Top technology news for October 7

One the strangest wristwatches I've ever seen surfaced today called the Cesium 133. The bulky wristwatch has all the components inside to make it a real atomic clock.

Images of a smart watch from Nokia leaked today. The leaked images really don't show much and no specifications or pricing details came along with the leaked photographs.

Rumors continue to circulate that Apple will be launching a smart watch called the iWatch this year. An analyst firm called Piper Jaffray recently conducted a survey and estimates that Apple could sell 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 iWatches the first year the device is available.

Esquire magazine has dubbed Scarlet Johansson the sexiest woman alive for 2013. This marks the second time in seven years she has received the distinction of sexiest woman alive.

LG Display announced that it has started mass production of the world's first curved display specifically for smartphones. The screen is set to launch in November and uses OLED technology.

Walmart and RadioShack and stepped up and discounted the brand-new iPhone 5C down to $45. This $45 price comes on the heels Best Buy offering the device for $50 previously.

Valve recently offered up the hardware specifications for its Steam Machine prototype. The prototype machine uses PC hardware including Intel Core processors and Nvidia graphics.

CBS has launched a new full episode streaming app for Android and Windows 8 devices. Interestingly CBS will be rolling out a BlackBerry 10 app later this year offering full episode streaming.

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