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It's totally possible that they hired him not to replicate Atlas software functionality, but to make sure that the raw data being provided by the iWatch was sufficient to allow Atlas to make an App for the iWatch.    That said, no idea why they wouldn't just buy out Atlas entirely unless Atlas is just insistent on being an independent company. There may be behind-the-scenes deals with Atlas providing an exclusive app for the iWatch. 
That would be fascinating, but it's definitely concerning how late so many of these hires have come on board. Is there any chance they were stealth-hired much earlier, but the moves were only made public much later?
What's up with the Android dropdown on that 3rd screenshot? http://cdn1.appleinsider.com/gallery/9708-1605-140626-Opera_Mini-1-l.png
Oh you've got to be kidding me.   Good luck to you TV corps. You can only legislate your business for so long. 
I guess I just mean you can't say that 14% of watch wearers would buy an iwatch for $350 if you only mean "watch wearers that make 130k". It's fine, it's just not the same stat.
I'm looking forward to the iWatch and I think it's going to be a hit, but I have to question the methodology here. Surely a "household income of $130,000" is not representative of the average person.
Everyone wants a phone with stretch marks.
I think they only let so many people in at a time. There were photos of people lined up waiting to get in.
When I see this kind of thing, I realize I live in a very different world than some people. I couldn't tell you the last time I went to a restaurant that even had reservations.    Also, that's almost the cost of the Beats transaction.
It's silly now, but we're on the edge of some cool stuff. Tracking your calories easily is the holy grail for not getting fat. You can do it with paper and pencil, but most people don't stick with it.
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