Mobile Minutes: Sony’s flagship phone; Lilly for Target app trouble; Wearables for babies; Google’s smartwatch hack
Target website, apps overwhelmed by demand for Lilly Pulitzer
Target Corp.’s website went down Sunday morning, overwhelmed by shoppers clamoring for a piece of a Lilly Pulitzer collection that was selling for a fraction of the price of the Palm Beach label’s luxury clothes.
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‘Connected’ babies = more sleep for you
Boston-based Rest Devices, which launched in 2011, has developed a tech-enabled onesie, which tracks babies’ breathing, body movements, sleep patterns and quality and transmits that information in real time to a smartphone app.
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Google’s smartwatches now let you leave your phone at home
As he speaks, Jeff Chang surveys his kingdom. Android Wear’s product manager, the man most directly responsible for the progress of Google’s wearable platform, is seated at a large conference-room table in Google’s San Francisco office that is fully half-filled with Android Wear devices.
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