not be flown at National Monument Sites such as castles, abbeys and neolithic sites around the country.
shouting about wearables
anymore Two years ago, you couldn’t move at a big convention like IFA without encountering some sort of ‘wearable’.
There were watches, rings, bracelets and no end to ‘smart’ clothes (even socks). Notifications, payments and voice control were to be the big reasons that we would don mini-internet jewellery.
But the initial hype wave has died a death. Instead of email, it turns out that punters mainly want their watches for fitness.
This has resulted in the march of smartwatch manufacturers slowing to a shuffle. Even giant companies like LG and Huawei are thinning out (or stopping altogether) their smartwatch ranges. Samsung, which was supposed to be biggest smartwatch competitor to Apple, has re-focused its efforts almost totally on fitness.
“The problem that’s afflicted smartwatches over the last few years is that they’re more about technology looking for a problem to