The wearable bandwagon is getting big enough to draw the attention of chip makers.
According to the study of 4,600 adults, 12 percent of us would want to purchase wearable technology, like glasses, on our face. That’s almost 22 million Americans. But more than twice as many — 28 percent — are interested in wrist-based wearable devices. That’s almost 50 million people.
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Fitbit today announced two new fitness trackers to maintain its lead against competitors like Nike.
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If you’re tired of guestimating how many calories you burned walking around the living room, check out Nike’s new wristband gadget that tracks calories and movement.
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