"some people are beginning to suspect about ‘wearables’ - that if you don’t get it just right, they’re done.
That observation is strengthened by research from Endeavour Partners in the US, which found that one-third of American consumers who have owned a wearable product stopped using it within six months. What’s more, while one in 10 American adults own some form of activity tracker, half of them no longer use it.””
"I am not quite an Uber mensch.
I found this out the other day, when I asked my Uber driver about my passenger rating — the average of the 1-to-5-star grade passengers receive from drivers after every ride, which is shown to drivers before they agree to take a hail.
'You're a 4.8,' he replied. 'I usually don't pick people up if they're a 4 or less.'””