Apple's 'iWatch' rumours grow
We've written about Apple's 'iWatch' before, and it seems that the rumours of its existence are growing increasingly noisy.
Of course, many have already been using their iPod Nano devices as watches, with specially made watch-straps, but this new 'iWatch' should be rather different, using something called 'Willow Glass', which is flexible and will allow for a curved touchscreen.
The New York Times has reported that this new gadget will allow users to make mobile payments, access messages, use map apps and run on iOS. Other rumours have talked about the phone being navigated by Siri and new efficient hardware to ensure that this smartwatch won't need to be recharged as often as phones or tablets.
However, as usual, Apple and Foxconn are keeping quiet on the whole thing.
Meanwhile, over at rivals Google, Google Glass - the augmented reality glasses - are already in public testing. It looks like smart accessories are the next step for the tech giants... how long before we get iScads?