When hackers steal your watch

Just because a thing doesn’t have an interface to type on doesn’t mean it’s not a computing device

2nd October, 2016
Apple CEO presents the Apple watch September 2015

I hate my Apple Watch. I got it as a gift and I wanted desperately to like it.

“What does it do?” people ask me. I tell them I’m not sure, but I know that my next meeting is tomorrow at 10am, and so far today I have travelled 11,903 steps, 10.21km, and burned 487 active calories.

If I want to get my heart rate, I dry my sweaty hand, type in my...

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