Huawei set to join the wearable electronics arms race

Yu Cheng Dong, the CEO of Consumer Electronics Division of Huawei, recently announced that Huawei will launch its first wearable electronics product in the Chinese market in February 2014, although details about the device remain sketchy.

With wearable electronics devices being all the rage i...

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