According to a report in Russian newspaper Isvestia, Apple is attempting to trademark "iWatch" in Russia.
The wearable computing space is intensely interesting to Apple, Cook said, calling it "ripe for exploration." In fact, Apple sees it as the next evolution in the post-PC world -- as game-changing as the smartphone or the tablet.
What time is it -- about five months before fall, 2013? Then it must be time for testing iWatch.
A 1,713-strong survey of North American consumers says that 19 percent of us want a shiny new iDevice that doesn't even exist yet. Or, at least, isn't public and isn't purchasable.
We're only four months into 2013, and yet it already seems clear that this is going to be the year of rampant smartwatch speculation.
"Let's just call it as it is," he said today on CNBC, "there has not been a single piece of good news about Apple for 300 points, and today is just another day when the news is just horrendous."
It's likely a design direction for a curved future iPhone, but it's also possibly a stealth patent filing for an iWatch that makes a little more sense than previously revealed.
With Apple and Samsung reportedly working on next-generation smartwatches, it was only a matter of time until we heard that Google was joining the party as well.
A Samsung vice president has made it clear that the company is developing an upcoming watch product, which will likely compete with Apple's heavily rumored "iWatch" smart watch.
In 2013, we'll download ten apps for every single woman, man, and child on planet Earth.
Should Apple tackle the watch industry or television next? If you look at the profit potential, it looks like the iWatch wins out.
Shipments of 9.7" table panels collapsed from 7.4 million in December 2012 to just 1.3 million in January 2013.
Long before the iPhone changed how we think of cellphones, Nokia was dabbling in even more radical cellphone concepts.
Ready for some hard-core speculation built solidly on rumor founded squarely on innuendo?
How do you successfully leak a story? The recent spat of Apple iWatch news could be a solid lesson.
Rumors of Apple developing a smartwatch, cheekily dubbed the "iWatch" by gadget geeks, aren't dying off anytime soon.
The speculation is that Apple is designing a new iWatch that connects to iPhones, relays messages, and displays status alerts. But would the company that reinvented the computer, the phone, and the way we consume media be aiming so low?