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A look on the Apple Watch by a Watch Guy

Apple Watch

This is one of the more in-depth articles on the Apple Watch, a nice read:
A Watch Guy's Thoughts On The Apple Watch After Seeing It In The Metal (With lots of photos).

First connected watch by Apple designed in 1980s

Connected, Smart wearables by Apple

If Apple does unveil an "iWatch" later this year, it won't be the first time the company considered a wrist-worn communicator, according to a recently-published retrospective of Apple's design history by legendary industrial designer Hartmut Esslinger.
Design history book "Keep It Simple: The Early Design Years of Apple," reveals Apple's first stab at a connected wrist watch from the 1980s.

Apple Lisa Infomercial, Apple before the Mac

Lisa Infomercial, the mac before the macintosh

Where it all started more then 30 years ago, see this infomercial and how the crazy eighties businessman presented the Lisa :-)
More history and information over at Tuaw: http://www.tuaw.com/2014/04/22/before-macintosh-there-was-lisa-and-its-i...
Promotional introductory video for the Apple Lisa computer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7rLpYeahN4

Before the iPhone, Apple design Phone, Hartmut Esslinger’s early apple computer and tablet designs

Before the iPhone, Apple design Phone, Hartmut Esslinger’s early apple computer and tablet designs

Designboom has a nice article about Hartmut Esslinger’s early apple computer and tablet designs 'apple machine’

"Designboom met hartmut esslinger shortly before his presentation in hong kong and in that occasion we were given the first book copy. he introduced us into the strategic planning of apple and his personal friendship with steven jobs. in this article, designboom takes a look back at esslinger’s designs of the early 80′s, where the images document prototypes, concepts and explorations of apple’s computers, laptops and tablets."

Safari hacked at Pwn2Own, took more then 3 month!

Safari, hacked at Pwn2Own

At the Pwn2Own hackers conference this week Safari was defeated by Liang Chen, one of a pair Chinese Keen Team hackers, using a heap-overflow-and-sandbox-bypass combination that took three months to perfect. Sounds solid, Safari you are save :-)

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