The Smartwatch, Microsoft Ponders Entering the Arena

Citing supply-chain executives, the Wall Street Journal reports that Microsoft is working on designs for a touch-enabled watch. Microsoft reportedly asked suppliers in Asia to ship components for a potential device earlier this year. Still, it’s unclear if Microsoft will actually go ahead with the product. Microsoft would have a host of hurdles it would face, if it wants to bring a smartwatch to market. Click here to read the full story.



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