The "sticky" wearable is one that offers sufficient functionality, connectivity, and accurate data

"Why aren’t wearables taking off?" is a question that is asked often today. It has been apparent for some time that there is a discrepancy between the investments and hype surrounding wearables and the slow market uptake and consumer's high abandonment rates (see the report "Catching-up to Intel ...

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