It is very rare today to see people under the age of 25 to wear wristwatches because people have news ways to figure out the time: Cell phones and laptops. I must admit that I haven't worn a watch since I was in Elementary school and even then I barely wore one. Now i just use my cell phone to look at the time because it's easier and if I have a phone that gives the time. I know I bring my phone everywhere I go, so why have two clocks?
Today since many people no longer find use for wristwatches, many companies are making watches just like cell phones and computers. One new wristwatch called the TickTock is made from a Apple iPod Nano and another watch called AllertaPlus, which is currently being tested is said to be just like a computer and expected to cost $150.
Eric Migicovsky said, "he hopes people will use the devices as an extension to their mobile phones where the watch can offer a third screen of information without someone having to fumble for their phone in their pocket or purse."