In May, Synapse's VP of Tech Skooks Pong predicted that a company such as Apple, armed with years of experience and relevant proprietary tech, was best poised to dominate the smartwatch market.
Now, Apple's key supplier has beaten Apple to the smartwatch punch. Foxconn's smartwatch will be compatible with the iPhone and will use NFC to wirelessly sync up with incoming calls, emails, and Facebook posts. It will also be bioometrically-enabled, a la the Nike FuelBand, and enabled with fingerprint authentication.
It's fun to watch smartwatches out-do each other's tech developments as they come to market. But my real question is, when can I get one on my wrist?