Thursday, February 2, 2023

Smartwatch fascination is welcoming a multipronged crisis ⭐


A smartwatch might be a multitasking device tracking and showing a wide range of biometric data. But there is a wide range of hazards related to it, including physical-mental health and data safety. If the late 1990s’ were about the emergence of the internet and telecommunications, the first decade of this century was about smartphones and new telecom technologies. Later in the second decade of this century, the world came to know about new technological innovations. Around 80% of the people around us are using smartwatches or smart bands. Every major conventional wristwatch manufacturer has dived into this segment, while the new technology startups too have launched their wide range of products in the segment. Overall, smart wearables such as smartwatches and smart bands have become the next most common devices after smartphones. Remember the funky electronic Casio watches with a calculator, backlit or Indiglo features from our childhood? Gone are the days of those watches....
Shreyasi Dey
Shreyasi Dey
Having extensive experience in accounts and inventory management, Shreyasi Dey has been a passionate writer and a city journalist. Worked with The Times of India, Ei Samay, Discovery India, Dainik Sambad, Aajkaal.


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