• Jason FullerJason Fuller, 6 years ago

    That Illustration at the end tho.

    11 points
  • Kyle ConradKyle Conrad, 6 years ago

    The note on "the death of the ring tone" is interesting because I honestly can't think of a single person I know that still leaves their ringer on (in any form) - almost everyone around me just leaves it on vibrate or silent all the time.

    4 points
    • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, 6 years ago

      And 3/4 of them never notice the vibration and are thus unreachable via phone.

      4 points
    • Mike LMike L, 6 years ago

      I'd imagine folks keeping a phone in their purse would be more likely to have a ringtone.

      0 points
  • Chris De La FuenteChris De La Fuente, 6 years ago

    like if your neighbor is texting you about his hot tub you can just shoot back with a quick “lol fuck u”

    The best part.

    3 points
  • David AlandíDavid Alandí, 6 years ago

    Agree with everything. I'm saying all of this since October when I got the moto360. Apple is getting wrong wearables.

    2 points
    • Navarr BarnierNavarr Barnier, 6 years ago

      A whole lot of this applies to the Android Wear camp as well. It is passive and it is fantastic.

      1 point
      • David AlandíDavid Alandí, almost 6 years ago

        of course! Is what I said. Apple with the crown and its full apps is going in the wrong way. This full photo gallery is useful...

        1 point
  • Daniel BalazsDaniel Balazs, 6 years ago

    I agree 100% with the article.

    0 points