CES will be full of wearables, but would you really wear them?

Next week’s big gadget show will feature everything from smartwatches to Web-connected headbands. But it’s one thing to infuse any garment or accessory with digital smarts, and another to get people to like it.

CNET December 29, 2015

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CES will be full of wearables, but would you really wear them?

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