Over a year ago, my husband learned of a Kickstarter campaign by a company called Pebble. In short, Pebble was creating a watch that would do a bluetooth-type sync with your smartphone. There are more specifics than that but this is as tech-savvy as I write.
In short, my household owned a Pebble smartwatch once it hit production. It arrived about a year after being purchased and after other tech companies started developing smartwatches and fuel bands. Needless to say, it stayed in an opened box for several months, being moved to different parts of the house, and landed in the cabinet where we stored paid bills and statements.
It would seem that my household didn't need a smartwatch. Or did it? Maybe I was the one, and not my husband, who needed the watch.Read More