Wearable technology just reached critical mass, says a new report in Data Denture News, the bible of the hot new Information Dentistry sector.
According to independent market analysts at The Hambleton Group, the convergence of teeth and terabytes has been on the cards for some time. "All the elements have come together in the right place at the right time in the right quantities," said Tim Hambleton, at the Egham headquarters of The Hambleton Group, "we could see an explosion of enamel coated dental disk drives embedded in leading edge gums."
Data dentistry is set to change the face of trend chasing gullible simpletons in the next five years. Hambleton predicted that people will spend 20 bezillion dollars on data dentistry. Industry insiders say Google is working on a prototype - the i-Ncisor - that hooks into the wearer's nervous system, downloads brain patterns and transmits them direct to the 100 Most Aggressively Invasive Marketing Brands in the World. Then sells the rest of the data to the CIA.
Angular Haircut, wearable tech editor for UK Wired magazine, said data dentistry defines the zeitgeist.