You didn't mention health and workout metrics - oximeter, heart rate, blood pressure, pedometer, GPS, ascent/descent. I want a watch that looks like that, is easy to use and has the kitchen sink in features.
BYOD is an easy subject to have strong opinions about and that resulted in a very robust Twitter chat hour yesterday. The Tweets were flying: 279 of them from 38 rowdy participants.
The main question asked if BYOD is on the wane or plateauing based on a couple of CIO.com stories from senior online writer Tom Kaneshige. One cited a California court ruling that employees must be reimbursed for business calls made from personal phones.
I think for millennials and younger workers, mixing work and play is SOP....but unwinding is important. There's also a relationship between working at home and BYOD where you're essentially your own helpdesk and IT equipment supplier. In a way, it's taking ownership of your own IT needs.