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The wearable market is far from dead — it’s finally entering a new age

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So... you know how everyone's been saying wearables are on the way out, or already dead? 

You should probably call off the funeral. If new projections pan out, the market for the gadgets is heating up, and it's only going to get hotter.  

Research firm IDC's latest wearables report estimated that global wearable vendors will ship a whopping 125.5 million devices this year, a 20.4 percent increase from the 104.3 million units thought to have shipped in 2016. But this year is just the start of the wearable renaissance — IDC forecasts major growth in the space going forward, predicting that the international market will nearly double to 240.1 million shipments by 2021.     Read more...

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