Smartwatches’ abilities to pay for our food and monitor our physical activities are only possible thanks to the myriad sensors packed into their tiny metal bodies.
These sophisticated sensors are often trotted out as evidence that they’re the next big thing in mobile technology, but one unintended side effect of their sensitive internals could be the gradual chipping away of your digital privacy.
In his master’s thesis for the IT University of Copenhagen, Tony Beltramelli explains and demonstrates how a person generates information whenever they move their hand while wearing a smartwatch. That read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com