Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Microsoft Exec Hints That a Windows Smart Watch Is Coming market




A smart watch is reportedly in the pipeline right now, as Microsoft apparently wants to compete against the likes of Apple and Samsung, both of which are currently working on similar devices.Terry Myerson, corporate vice president of the Windows Phone Division, said during the Dive into Mobile conference organized by AllThingsD that a smart watch indeed represents a huge opportunity for any company, hinting that Microsoft might really develop such a product. It’s a product of Microsoft.  Its nice design charmed everyone.  It supported windows operating system.  It has messaging system. All modern features. “It’s an exciting space. There's no doubt that wearable computing has incredible potential,” he was quoted as saying by The Verge.If these rumors are true, Microsoft’s 1.5-inch Windows smart watch should see daylight later this year.