Another problem, already the subject of news reports from the Google I/O press room, is that when one person makes a voice command within earshot of other Android Wear devices, all of the devices leap into action. As Android Wear devices proliferate, this will become another hilarious problem that occurs — at least until Android Wear becomes like the Moto X and learns to distinguish its owner's voice from others.
But never mind the problems, and ignore the naysayers. They're as wrong about Android Wear as they were about the iPad. This is a massive, culture-shifting platform.
Android Wear is the new iPad.
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