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Wearable Tech Could Be Huge (If Anybody Will Wear It)

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New report finds once again that the problem is design.

Crain’s New York Business takes a look at the (potentially) burgeoning field of wearable tech -– predicted to be a $53 billion business by 2019 — and concludes, as have others before it, that consumer acceptance will depend on design. “It needs to become less techy and more fashionable,” said one analyst.

Read more and see images at Crain’s New York Business

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