How Android Wear stacks up against the Apple Watch


Now that we know more about the long-awaited Apple Watch, it’s time to find out how it stacks up against Google’s Android Wear platform and the growing number of wearables that support it.

There are lots of similarities between the two, but there also some big differences in software, hardware, and price that will likely help you decide which one is right for you.

Enjoy Apple’s iPhone keynote on-demand and without interruption


“One more thing” returned at this year's iPhone keynote. Photo: Apple.
“One more thing” returned at this year's iPhone keynote. Photo: Apple.

We love it when Apple live-streams its keynotes so that we can watch along with those lucky enough to have gotten an invite, but yesterday’s was nothing short of a disaster. It was down more than it was up, and it made Tim Cook and Phil Schiller sound like Chinese girls. But if you missed anything, you can now catch up on-demand and uninterrupted.

Hands-on: See the Apple Watch in action



The iWatch is no longer a unicorn. Apple finally unveiled its wearable device today — dubbed the Apple Watch — and Cult of Mac was there to get a hands-on look at the highly customizable smartwatch.

The Apple Watch is slated for released in early 2015 and will be available in three lines, starting at $349.

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