Finding better wearables partners than the Mayo Clinic, HP, and Intel

In response to increased hype around wearables, Lux recently analyzed wearable technology developers profiled since 2014 using the Lux Innovation Grid (LIG) in the insight "Separating wearable contenders from pretenders, as health care developers dominate." To further understand this landscape, w...

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