Beyond Smartphone Clones: How Wearables Deliver Actual Value and Reshape Tomorrow’s Supply Chain

Since the introduction of wearables, these devices have acted as a supplement to or extension of smart phones. With the likes of the Apple Watch and Fitbit being the iconic wearable products, it is no surprise that wearables are viewed today as little more than nice-to-have gadgets. However, wearabl...

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