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  • noun Plural form of wristwatch.

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Examples

  • The article also points out two things that could give consumers a peek at what Apple is thinking for the future: This is the third telephonic patent for the MacBook, and the patent mentions that the antenna could be used in jewelry such as wristwatches and pendants.

    It's in the logo: Apple patents new antenna design

  • Although low-voltage computing is already popular as an energy-efficient technique for ultralow-energy niche markets such as wristwatches and hearing aids, its large circuit delays lead to large energy leakages that have made it impractical for most computing segments.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Although low-voltage computing is already popular as an energy-efficient technique for ultralow-energy niche markets such as wristwatches and hearing aids, its large circuit delays lead to large energy leakages that have made it impractical for most computing segments.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Although low-voltage computing is already popular as an energy-efficient technique for ultralow-energy niche markets such as wristwatches and hearing aids, its large circuit delays lead to large energy leakages that have made it impractical for most computing segments.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Children can take part in a special "spy school" where they will learn about both real and movie gadgets such as wristwatches and pens that turn into other objects and study codes before hunting down secret messages in the museum's permanent galleries.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Although low-voltage computing is already popular as an energy-efficient technique for ultralow-energy niche markets such as wristwatches and hearing aids, its large circuit delays lead to large energy leakages that have made it impractical for most computing segments.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Low-power solar cells in devices such as wristwatches and calculators are made of amorphous silicon, which converts light in the range of 400 to 800 nanometres into electricity.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • My question is: did the sales of wristwatches increased because of the fact that churches stoped ringing their bells?

    Everybody has the time.

  • So if wristwatches are being replaced by cell phones, why am I, as a person obviously wearing a watch, constantly asked what time it is?

    Everybody has the time.

  • Your personal habits are stored, along with your dietary intake and vital signs, thanks to improvements in perspiration-reading sensors, wireless communications with menus, and heart-monitoring wristwatches.

    Your Choice in 2020 – How Computing Will Make Every Action a Transaction | Impact Lab

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