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Purpose, fashion sense needed in wearables market: IDC

Briefs | 06/02/2014 5:43 pm EDT

Wearable technology is expected to see "hockey stick growth" in Canada in the coming years, though the gadgets' purpose must be better demonstrated and the products have to look good on people, according to a release from International Data Corp.'s Canadian branch on Monday.

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