Wearable technology isn’t a new concept, but lately it’s been exploding in popularity. People love the fact that they can use their watch to perform various features that a smartphone can accomplish, and they enjoy how their workouts can be monitored by various health sensory-type devices. However, is this obsession with wearable technology going to amount to anything, or will it be a notorious flop?
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The final quarter of 2013 saw an immense amount of hype around the latest trend of wearable technology. In 2014, it's looking like the hype will pay off as more wearable technology products are hitting the shelves and becoming available to consumers.
When smartphones and tablets were first introduced, many businesses mocked the idea that these novelty devices could usurp the mighty desktop. Companies that didn't get in early on these mobile device trends had to play catch up to their more insightful competitors. Wearable tech is the next mobile device trend on the horizon. Is it worth taking advantage of?
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