What about Smart Watches?
Well what about watches?I didn't have time to see all the watches! They are all trying to jam too much Tech into a package that looks ugly and is too big. Not to mention the problem of battery life. it took 15 years to see enough utility in the mobile phone to learn that it should be religiously charged every night.
Watch batteries last four or five years. How can people get their hands around charging a watch every three to six days.
when I see so much technology and features jam packed into something called a watch, it gives me nightmares of the past working with tech companies just putting in everything because they could. And they didn't exactly know what people would find useful, so didn't want to take chances!
Seeing big companies like Qualcomm in the game though, and producing software platforms rather than science projects tells me that this is going to start coming good this year.
I have been wearing a Pebble watch for about three months and found it large, difficult to keep charged and buggy (e.g. Notifications seem to go in and out of operation). But lately now that there are third party apps available, I can see there might be something in it other than lots of clock faces. Lots of fiddling though to find and install these apps...
I have noticed that Apple has been hiring a lot of gurus in the medical, fitness and sensors areas. Gurus of why and how rather than what technology. That is the main reason why I think it will all begin to come good this year. Bring it on Apple!