Business Issues: Content Insider #377 - Wearables

Content Insider #377 - Wearables

Wearable Tech Will Change Lots of Things but You

by Miles Weston

Oh thank Gawd Apple is going to release their watch onto the world so people don't have to keep complaining that the market won't be stable until they "arrive." Hate to say it but that won't be enough because too many people have too many ideas on what the wearables market should be and right now too many folks are shooting in the dark hoping they hit the bullseye. Most of the wearables right now are for show. There are a lot of nice ideas - cute even - but the market will really be established when they do things for you without being so obvious. Heck we're still looking for a platform that will let us exchange information with all of the other devices we're accumulating. Soon...soon. Read More >>


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Business Issues: Content Insider #377 - Wearables

Content Insider #377 - Wearables

Wearable Tech Will Change Lots of Things but You

Oh thank Gawd Apple is going to release their watch onto the world so people don't have to keep complaining that the market won't be stable until they "arrive." Hate to say it but that won't be enough because too many people have too many ideas on what the wearables market should be and right now too many folks are shooting in the dark hoping they hit the bullseye. Most of the wearables right now are for show. There are a lot of nice ideas - cute even - but the market will really be established when they do things for you without being so obvious. Heck we're still looking for a platform that will let us exchange information with all of the other devices we're accumulating. Soon...soon.

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