FOSTER CITY, Calif. — If you take a quick look at most of the smartwatches that are shipping or soon to be available, it's pretty easy to come to a simple conclusion. Most of them are trying to be a smaller, more readily accessible version of a smartphone.
On the one hand, I get it. Smartphones have quickly become the most widely used and arguably the most important devices that people own, so there's a logical argument for wanting to extend that importance and ease of use even further. By placing on our wrists the kinds of notifications and simple ap...Read more