Thunderbirds are go!!!
Anyone remember members of the Tracey family communicating with each other by talking into watches etc.
Life imitating 'art' perhaps?
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I'm waiting for the phone built into the watch - Caller ID is a waste of time.
Wait a minute scratch that - lets have a phone that can be worn *like* a watch. And an unobtrusive Bluetooth headset.
I never wear a watch, as the time is available on the phone, the pc, the dashboard, etc etc. If I'm not in reach of any of those - who cares what the time is ?
When are we going to see a wristwatch containing a cellular phone? Which pieces are still missing in order to build such a thing?
It could use a mandatory bluetooth headset, a simple form of speech recognition, and a small touch screen.
I guess the battery is one of the problems?
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