I was trying to think what the collective term for fitness watches and trackers might be (akin to a murder of crows, or a sloth of bears) and what came to mind was “a frustration”.
Wearable technology is increasingly becoming part of the world we live in. From ingestible medical devices to AR headsets, from clothing with connectivity to gadgets to make your running smarter, we are buying more and more tech to generate more and more data about our lives. Allegedly at least, making us more productive, fitter and healthier. Continue reading “A tale of two (fitness) trackers”