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Throughout the history of technology, few sectors have expanded and evolved as rapidly as today’s burgeoning wearable tech market. Piles of unique and unusual, flashy and fancy—often goofy and gimmicky—new wearables are announced every week. There are smartwatches, smartglasses, intelligent socks and “onesies” for infantsrings for public transit payments and even “wearable tattoos.”

One reason the category is growing so quickly is the fact that it’s incredibly broad. There’s no set definition for what constitutes a wearable today. It’s any sorts of gadget that you wear, carry (in some cases) or have implanted or otherwise attached to your body.
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