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Specialized fitness wearables to take chunk of global market by 2022

Briefs | 02/12/2018 4:35 pm EST
Specialized fitness wearables to take chunk of global market by 2022
Montreal-based Carre Technologies Inc. makes clothing with the functionality of fitness wearables./ Screenshot via Hexoskin.

Customers’ drive to track precise data will push specific kinds of wearables, including clothing and ear-based fitness devices, to just under a quarter of the overall wearables market in 2022, according to a new Juniper Research report.

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