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How Wearable Tech will change your life (INFOGRAPHIC)

by on April 25, 2015
 

Where does the public stand with the Internet of Things? It’s focused now on Wearable Tech, especially as Wearable Technology crosses into lifestyle and fashion.

With that in mind, this infographic appears to focus on where a millennial marketplace will spend its money on the next wave of technology… and not a word about laptops, phones or tech 1.0 here.

The sources are listed on the infographic itself (apparently all from 2014), and while the Apple Watch is mentioned it’s not actually shown or listed in the infographic.

Wearable Tech

SOURCE: ComputerScienceZone.org











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