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Tech briefing: Wearables

1 September 2017

As long as you are in reach of the cloud, wearable tech can access information while at work and home. And with increasingly sophisticated sensors, its uses are growing

As soon as technology became portable, the obvious next step was to make it wearable, freeing up your hands to get on with life – or work. Now wearables are used to track movements, synch with other devices, and deliver information via the internet.  

There are 125.5m wearable products coming onto the market this year – 20% more than last year, says IDC Research.

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