Hands-free

Here’s How Apple Watch Users are Going Truly ‘Hands Free’

David Galloway, a technical writer from Greenville, S.C., has discovered that using the Apple Watch with your nose can be very useful, especially when your hands are occupied, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. Similarly, a manager at Freebirds World Burrito was cutting meat when the timer on his Apple Watch started buzzing and beeping. With...

Siri and Other Hands-free Technologies are Dangerous for Drivers [Research]

According to a new research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, potentially unsafe mental distractions can persist for as long as 27 seconds after dialing, changing music or sending a text using voice commands. The results of the research are raising unexpected new concerns regarding the use of phones and hands-free systems while driving. The study...