SYSTEMS: Behind all the hype (and genuine interest) in wearable technology is a serious issue surrounding the ability users will have to snap or video any kind of content, at any time. But such is the technology's relative infancy that perhaps the only - and risky - way to see which lines will be crossed is to wait and see. Read more on CNET.
Before wearable technology and smartphones, we all remember the day when taking a picture in public felt a bit invasive.
an encroachment on public etiquette that could earn you a dirty look at best and a vocal condemnation if you pushed the envelope.
Now watching someone squint into a smartphone screen to snap a shot, regardless of when or where, is part of daily life, so much so that nearly everyone has considered its toll on our ability to "live in the moment."
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