Coral Springs, FL, June 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV reports that most of the predictions were right about technology shrinking in size, making new products smaller and more portable. They were all on the money. The visionary cartoonist, Chester Gould, equipped his cartoon strip policeman, Dick Tracy, with a wrist radio as early as 1946 -- way ahead of its time -- and then in 1964, he gave the character a wrist television. Now, with computer components shrinking into the thin frame of a pair of eyeglasses, the time is right to see a computer or smart phone that fits on a wearer's wrist like a watch. Microsoft and Apple are both working on just such a product. At first, it may merely be a Bluetooth-enabled accessory to the smart phone that is carried by the same user, but eventually, the whole digital world will be available on a person's wrist. Dick Tracy would no doubt approve.
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