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A fitness tracker that rewards wearers

With numerous smartwatches and fitness trackers being launched, the wearable tech industry is predicted to be worth $8.36 billion by 2018. But do people actually want to wear them? Tupelo's Mymo activity tracker could encourage uptake by awarding wearers tangible rewards.

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