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  • Smart clothes could beat smart watches
  • Smart clothes could beat smart watches
    Ralph Lauren (2014) ©

Smart clothes could beat smart watches

In 2014, wearable tech became a hot topic, from NFC rings that unlock your car to the rise of collaborations between tech developers and high-end fashion designers. But forecasts suggest tech accessories are set to take a back seat, making way for wearable garments.



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