Wearables take shape


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  • Monday, 01 Sep 2014

Tech giants around the world are stepping up efforts to introduce wearables. Google itself is ­working on its Glass smart eyewear and Android smartwatch and even Apple is rumoured to be working on “iWatch” although we will only know for sure on Sept 9 when it holds its annual event.

“Wearable devices mainly focus on tracking the user’s activity to improve his or her lifestyle, health and fitness,” says Frost & Sullivan analyst Kee Wai Fun.

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