Instant Wearables: Out of the Maker movement, microcontrollers for the many

With Nike exiting activity monitoring hardware business (FuelBand), Samsung upping its smart watch game, and Apple supposedly getting into health monitoring, it’s obvious that something’s afoot in the field of consumer wearables (see the September 23, 2013 LRBEJ and the report "mHealth Showdown: ...

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