Tag Heuer first Android Wear smartwatch gets named – ‘Carrera Wearable 01’

We know that Tag Heuer, in collaboration with Google and Intel, are cooking up a luxury Android Wear-powered smartwatch, but the luxury timepiece maker is yet to reveal what it plans to call the upcoming device, until now. According to Tag Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver, the name of its upcoming Android Wear-powered smartwatch is “Tag Heuer […]

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 TAG Heuer, Google and Intel to launch Swiss smartwatch

It looks like TAG Heuer will be taking on the Apple Watch in the luxury smartwatch market, as it has just announced its partnership with Google and Intel. The Swiss watch maker’s upcoming smartwatch will be powered by an Intel processor and run Google’s Android Wear, the search giant’s platform for wearables.   Press release: […]

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 Hublot, Tag Heuer, and Zenith CEO says Apple Watch ‘has no sex appeal’ and ‘is too feminine’

Apple has recently lifted the lid on the much-awaited Apple Watch, but it is getting mixed reviews from fashionistas. Now its time for the luxury watch makers to let us know what they think about the new wearable. According to LVMH (owner of Hublot, Tag Heuer, and Zenith) CEO, Jean-Claude Biver, the Apple Watch “has […]

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 Apple pirates TAG Heuer exec for iWatch

According to CNBC, Apple has pirated a TAG Heuer exec to help with the launch of the rumoured iWatch, the Cupertino firm’s rumoured smartwatch. Speaking to the news agency, head of LVMH’s (owner of TAG Heuer, Hublot, and Zenith) watch brands Jean-Claude Biver said that Tag Heuer’s sales director was poached by Apple to launch the […]

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 Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite is a self-charging feature phone

Tag Heuer is widely known for making luxury timepieces, shades, and, occasionally, smartphones. This time, however, it did not lift the lid on a new smartphone but a feature phone called the Meridiist Infinite. Specs-wise, it fails to excite. It sports a 2.4-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 320×240 pixels, a secondary display, a […]

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