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Why smartwatches, glasses and other wearable tech are no gimmick


When you hear the term “wearable technology,” you very likely think of one, or all, of these things: Google Glass, fitness trackers such as Fitbit and Nike+ or smartwatches including Pebble and Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear, CIO reports. There’s good reason for that; these gadgets are some of the most popular examples of wearable tech today. But they’re far from all the category entails. And the many analysts, VPs, product development reps and evangelists who spoke at a panel on wearable technology at CTIA’s MobileCon 2013 event this week all believe that wearable tech, or just “wearables,” will become a part of everyday life as much as smartphones and mobile apps have…

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