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A Swiss site is reporting that Apple and Swatch have launched a watch that allows you to read your email. The report, which you can find in French and English here, reckons the watch will cost about £80. It comes with an ADB or USB port and will be out by the end of the year, the report suggests. There's a picture of a watch on the site too, but it isn't the Apple-Swatch beastie. Do you think Apple and Swatch got the idea from our Tony's headline earlier this year: Apple apes Swatch as iMac ships in multiple colours? And will Swatch OEM it for Tag? The world waits... ®

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