Ten years ago, Wired Magazine predicted that we’d be "living with phones on our wrists, data-driven goggles on our eyes and gadgets that would safety-test our food for us." Turns out, a lot of the things Sonia Zjawinski conceptualized in Wired Magazine's “Living in 2013” feature way back in 2003 were remarkably close to what we’re starting to see today. Predictions included a series of wearable technology devices that are very close to products that are hitting the market today such as smartwatches and Google;s Project Glass. Continue reading their past predictions and what has been delivered today at Wired.
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