I never understood the hate for the Windows key.
Then you've never played a FPS on a PC. It would be one thing if the key could be disabled while you are doing a specific task but short of editing the registry it just sits there...mocking you; Waiting for just the right moment when you line up your shot and BAM your looking at the desktop.
I also guarantee that the NSA hasn't changed a single thing nor will they.
Oh contraire...They now watch their contractors like a hawk!
So your saying that the market is for Strava users who own iPhones and don't already own one of the following devices:
Fitbit (Fitbit Surge)
Timex (Run Trainer 2.0)
I'm sure that number is in the gazillions!
The truth is since the watch is dependent on the iPhone to be fully functional its market is already limited. Any wearable that limits its target audience to one ecosystem is gonna have a hard time selling a sufficiently large quantity. Samsung has already run into that wall and conceded...several times. Apple wants to use the watch to increase iPhone sales but it may ultimately alienate potential watch customers because of this.
AOL was a dial-up ISP and died because of broadband.
I would love to be as dead as AOL is. Just because a companies original primary business dried up doesn't mean they didn't survive or thrive. The ability to adapt has served them well despite what the 3lit3 h@x0rs think about them.
As for Facebook they look to be dipping their toes into every new trend on the horizon just to cover their bases. Whether they can stay relevant or not remains to be seen.