Wearables at CES 2015: The Bad
Something as enormous and varied as CES is always going to have the “good,” the “bad,” and the “ugly.” At this year’s mega event, fitness-and-wellness trackers demonstrated that they could be in danger if they can’t differentiate themselves from smartwatches.
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