The result is a tech economy in which fantastic profits come by monitoring our every click and heartbeat. Massive data breaches have become regular events, yet tech companies ask that we continue to fork over more data that they might sell to data brokers. Data brokers, in turn, form dossiers often based on awful, if not predatory, criteria; some have offered to sell lists of rape survivors or of senior citizens who have dementia. Our much-mythologized Internet industry has helped turn this crude apparatus into a $156 billion business — one that determines the ads we see, the services we rely on and our very means of communication. It already shapes the way we live.
Went for the LG G Watch, mostly because they're not much different anyways. 1K cheaper and just needed early access. Also its looks like custom watch straps can really make the bland G watch stand out. #AndroidWear
+Amit Bhor There's just something refreshingly honest about the LG's look. No pretense in the design. The Moto 360 w/ expanding steel band [http://goo.gl/Jpj5ls] would be my top choice based on looks alone, but I'm still a bit scared of that huge circle.
My Google #IO14#Wishlist 1. Animation compat library 2. Deeper notification listeners 3. Android Beacons 4. Fingerprint / biometrics fw 5. Android studio out of beta 6. On device search (3rd party, Google Now) 7. mobile backend starter features 8. Chromecast SDK features