Apple is clearing out the competition to give its wearable a fighting chance of success.
Makers of wellness trackers only seem concerned with Android and iOS, but FitBit is working on a Windows Phone app.
The first iWatches (or iBands or whatever they call it) may already be rolling off the assembly line.
Goodbye, FuelBand. Hello, iWatch or iBand integration. The Nike sneaker head confirms an exciting iOS road ahead.
Apple and Nike are said to be collaborating on a piece of wearable tech that's more smartband than smartwatch.
One source claims that Nike is planning to open its Fuelband software to other wearables, including a certain wrist-based Apple device.
Nike has moved to quell reports it plans to shutdown its FuelBand division and exit the wearables market.
UpdatedNike denies firing the majority of the team working on its wearables, but questions remain about its hardware future.
The processing giant's pricey wrist accessory now has a few new strings to its bow following a software bump.