Wearable Technology refers to technology that can be worn either as an accessory or integrated into clothing.
Health & Fitness is one of the most common categories in the wearable space incorporating Smart Watches, Sports Watches & and fitness bands.
Other categories include;
Often the smartphone acts as a 'hub' for this category of device.
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