But then, I read that they were "3D printed" nanobots, and I was all like "Whoahh, these guys are onto something!"
At roughly 10% of the population left handed people are a minority. Watch designs have historically been designed for right handed people. When watches were mechanical devices that made sense. It didn't make economical sense to manufacturer two different designs of watches and it would have been to complex, and therefore expensive, to provide a stem and/or buttons on both sides of the watch. But with purely digital watches most of those barriers go away. What is the cost per watch to provide an additional button? Or even more simply, what about a configuration option that changes the orientation of the display. In the case of the Moto 360 that would mean that the button would be at the 7 o'clock position if worn upside down by a leftie. The button would be easily pushed by the thumb instead of the forefinger, but at least your hand would be out of the way.
People, just think of the lefties.
Apple watch can be set-up for lefties; one of the reasons I bought one.
Will now finally have to start that band.
I want in
Don't be an ass. Its not in any employees interest including the CEO to run it into the ground when a lot of them are on performance related pay. And its certainly not in the governments interest.
I suggest you put your tin foil hat away. This is just plain old fashioned incompetance.
Incompetence - a bad day when you spell that word wrong.
He knew that presenting it in a certain way would enable him to sell the idea.
That doesn't make it a crime any more than selling lottery tickets is a crime. Except the chance of losing your money is higher when you play the lottery.
Selling "numbers" is a crime. It's only state sanctioned numbers game called "lottery" is legal.
It is impossible to travel faster than light, and certainly not desirable, as one's hat keeps blowing off. -- Woody Allen