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UK: Apple’s new Watch seen as driving threat


Many technology observers expect the new Apple Watch to truly kickstart the wearable technology market much in the way the first iPhone did with the smartphones industry. But others, such as the UK Institute for Advanced Motorists are lading a fight against the new timepiece, dubbing it a hazard for drivers – much in the same way the safety experts deem ...
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