Separating wearable contenders from pretenders, as health care developers dominate

Wearable devices are one of the most hyped technology segments, with a broad range of technologies and form factors that could enable solutions for applications ranging from clinical vital signs monitoring to industrial worker assistance to personal virtual and augmented reality. However, within ...

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