Wearables have proliferated in the marketplace, but there’s still a lot of opportunity for growth. One of the ways in which wearables are limited is that people expect their wearables to really measure what they feel is important to be measured. When they find out that wearables are not working as they expected, they start to lose faith in them. Read More
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