This Is The Apple Watch and It Will Be Released In April: Tim Cook

Apple has finally announced when they will released the Apple Watch -- April, 2015.

Tech experts and industry analysts are trying hard to measure and predict how it will change the tech market. Will it revolutionize what we know about wearables? Will be a complete game-changer for the tech industry?

This video tells you everything you need to know about the Apple Watch. It's a 10 minute long video from Apple explaining everything:



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Bill Gates On Technology, Breaking Bad, and How Society Is Getting Smarter

In an excellent interview with Ezra Klein and VOX, Bill Gates uses Breaking Bad as a sign of societies general advancement and growth in its overall IQ level:

"Well, you always have the challenge that when you create a tool to make activity X easier, like the internet makes it easier to find out facts or to learn new things, that there are some outliers who use that thing extremely well. It's way easier to be polymathic today than it was in the past because your access to materials and your ability if you ever get stuck to find people that you can engage with is so strong.

But to say that there's actually some negative side, that there actually will be people that are dumber, I disagree with that. I mean, I'm as upset as anyone at the wrong stuff about vaccination that's out there on the internet that actually confuses some small number of people. There's a communications challenge to get past.

But look at IQ test capability over time. Or even take a TV show today and how complex it is — that's responding to the marketplace. You take Breaking Bad versus, I don't know, Leave it to Beaver, or Combat!, or The Wild, Wild West. You know, yeah, take Combat! because that was sort of pushing the edge of should kids be allowed to watch it.

The interest and complexity really does say that, broadly, these tools have meant that market-driven people are turning out more complex things. 

Now, you can say, "Why hasn't that mapped to more sophistication in politics or something like that?" That's very complicated. But I don't see a counter trend where there's some group of people who are less curious or less informed because of the internet.

I'm sure that was said when the printing press came along and people saw romance novels and thought people would stay indoors and read all the time. But I just don't see there being a big negative to the empowerment."