Washington, April 24 : Your wristwatch is no more just a time reminder; you can now update your Facebook pages through it.
A Canadian company called inPulse has created a watch that connects to your smartphone (or PC) and can be programmed to relay instant notifications and alerts, reports News. com. au.
Marketed as the "perfect hacker accessory," the inPulse watch is fully programmable and can be customised using the company''s SDK.
Developers can take full control over the device''s 1.3" OLED display, vibrating motor, button, timers and alerts.
inPulse users can also download one of the many apps that have been built for the device including an iTunes controller, PowerPoint Controller, a create-your-own analog clock app, and the FBCheckin app that lets you check into Facebook Places without getting your phone out of your pocket.
The inPulse watch has been in development since 2009 but first appeared on the market in February 2011. (ANI)
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