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  • Smart fabrics are the future of wearables
  • Smart fabrics are the future of wearables
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Smart fabrics are the future of wearables

Wearables have created much buzz in recent years. Yet despite major players like Apple, Samsung and Google rolling out devices  alongside high-end brands like Opening Ceremony  the buzz has faded. Experts now say that smart fabrics could be the way forward instead.

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