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  • A smartwatch from Swatch
  • A smartwatch from Swatch
    Blake Patterson (2009) ©
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A smartwatch from Swatch

Payments at the flick of a wrist. Directions to dinner with a brief glance at that miniature screen. Smartwatches promise to make our lives easier, but in a market populated with products from big tech guns like Apple and Samsung, can a traditional watch manufacturer like Swatch stand out?

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