When new technology becomes available to the public, it is often met with
trepidation by those who feel it’s unnecessary or even hindering.
Typically, younger generations embrace technology while older people scorn
it, but of course, this is not universal.
The “Internet of Things” (IoT) or the growing trend to have internet
connectivity in traditionally non-tech devices such as clothing, accessories,
and home appliances, offers a lot of benefits to people of all generations.
For example, being able to track your health data and fitness information is
useful to young millennials trying to be fit, as well as older individuals
who need to monitor specific health concerns.
Despite the media’s fixation on highlighting differences between
generations, baby boomers and millennials have a lot in common, even when it
comes to technology. Baby boomers were the first generati... (more)