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People Only Want Fossil’s Fashion Smartwatches If They’re Cheap as Hell

Fossil, a company that makes both analogue timepieces and smartwatches, reported its earnings last night and the results weren’t great. Not only did the watchmaker miss analyst estimates for Q4 2016, its outlook for 2017 is fairly bleak. CNBC reports that the stock is down nearly 20 per cent. Read More >>

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The Q Founder Is Fossil’s First Android Wear Watch, Seems Pretty Average

For the past year or so, the smartwatch revolution has belonged exclusively to tech companies, who are better at designing electronics than fashion wearables. But earlier this month, Tag Heuer finally released its first Android Wear smartwatch, and Fossil isn’t far behind. Read More >>

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New Challenger Approaching: Fossil Shows Off New Android Wear Watch

At the Intel Developers Conference—the company’s chance once per year to talk about more than just chips (but also chips)—Fossil along with Intel took the covers off its first wearable, an Android Wear smartwatch that still remains mysteriously unnamed. Read More >>

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Watch a 500,000-Year-Old Mammoth Get its First X-Ray

This photo shows staff members from Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) and the San Diego Natural History Museum who are X-raying a 500,000-year-old mammoth skull fragment in the NMCSD radiology department on Monday. Man, those are some pretty massive teeth. Read More >>

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What an Intel and Fossil Team Up Could Mean for Smartwatches

Smartwatches are infinitely fascinating. For one, their growth is incredible. This time last year, we had Samsung's overpriced Gear, Pebble, and a Sony timepiece or two. Now we have Android Wear and a dozen options to choose from, and possibly the biggest game changer will be revealed in less than 36 hours. Read More >>

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A 40-Inch Fossilised Dinosaur Poo is Going Up for Auction

You did read that correctly, a genuine fossilised dinosaur poo (or coprolite) has been listed by auction house I.M. Chait. It's 40 inches (101.6cm) long, is believed to be around 23 million years old and is expected to fetch between $8,000 and $10,000 (£4,712 - £5,890) when it goes under the hammer tomorrow. Read More >>

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This Giant Prehistoric Flea Gives Me the Heebie-Jeebies

I don’t know anyone who likes fleas, but they’re a common problem with owning cats. They’re little jumpy bastards who love nothing but to stick their fangs in you and feast on your tasty life-fluid – I hate them. But this fossil of a giant 165 million-year-old 2cm-long flea makes me feel a bit sick. Read More >>