Watches are generally jewellery with some secondary use case
Apple watches sell because it allows Apple fans to show that they are part of the group, without holding their phone all the time. It's similar to people wearing t-shirts with their favourite heavy metal band on it. When they pass someone, they know they are part of the same social circle. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with this. People do it all the time.
But this is where smart watches have a problem. They have to compete on their own merits, and frankly, it's very hard for a watch of any kind to do that. I use one for biking, but that's pretty much it.
I'll buy one of the new Android Wear watches, but I doubt I'll be using it off the bike.
Now, I haven't travelled on a US airline since 2000, and even then they were worse than any other I've travelled with. If they got even worse, I can certainly understand the complaints, but all I can say is perhaps people should try an airline outside the US. They might just regain some hope for air travel.
I recall seeing the list of best airlines, and if I remember correctly the highest rated US airline was in the 40'th position or something like that. If I wasn't on mobile right now I'd find the link.
Oh wait, it was
There are only two reasons to keep a product secret while still talking about it:
1 can't be true since they explained what to expect from the product in this very article. Thus, it must be 2.
A lot of people outside of Europe (and to be fair, even Europeans) doesn't understand how the EU works. Ireland can't simply decide to stop obeying EU treaties any more than a US state is allowed to all of a sudden decide that someone no longer have to pay federal tax. If that happened, you can be sure that the IRS would demand the taxes be paid in full after they found out about it.
Given the tech-oriented and international audience of this side, I'm not sure that one can assume that I am alone in being confused by the wording of the title. A better one would be to simply refer to the person as "sports executive".
Real programs don't eat cache.