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smartwatch

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(Electronics) an electronic wristwatch that is able to perform many of the functions of a smartphone or tablet computer
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The smart mobile app has unique features such as customer experience, online bill payments, iWatch compatibility, eCommerce and Tap and Pay.
There will be cocktails, wine and beer with heavy appetizers and an Apple iWatch giveaway.
The smart mobile app has over 20 new and improved features such as customer experience, online bill payments, iWatch compatibility, eCommerce and Tap & Pay.
Ahmed Nejib Chebbi, l'un des fondateurs du parti Al Joumhouri, a declare aujourd'hui 1er fevrier 2017 que le Parti democrate progressiste (PDP) a presente ses rapports financiers a la cour des comptes qui les a valides, prouvant que le parti n'a jamais eu de financement etranger ou illicite, et ce contrairement a ce qu'a informe l'association IWatch dans son rapport.
iWatch: the intense flow of microformats of "glance journalism" that feed six of the main online media
Existing customers have already discovered that popping along to the Golden Ticket event this weekend and buying a new car could result in them leaving with a two-year service deal, an iPad or even a new iWatch.
Global Banking News-December 16, 2015--Doha Bank launches Apple iwatch banking
Now, Doha Bank has become the first and only bank in Qatar to introduce Apple iWatch banking, which adds a new channel to the Bank's existing portfolio of digital services which include Internet banking, SMS banking, mobile banking, Doha Sooq, and more.
Yes 16% No 63% Don't know 0% (7) Will wearable technology such as the Apple iWatch take off?
2 Can we arrange for every banker to be given a gold iWatch instead of their bonus, ensuring that they finally discover what it's like to be mugged?
"Apple is hesitant about launching the iWatch in the spring of 2015 without a new iPhone to go along with it, as it could give hesitant consumers an excuse to wait on buying both until the fall," Miller reported.
As opposed to using a legal hands-free piece of equipment, the (Apple) iWatch will require drivers to use two hands to operate the device - impacting speed, lane position and time spent looking at the road."