Garmin has gone back to the future with an analogue fitness watch that has a one-year battery life.
Kantar’s inaugural March 2016 wearables report revealed more than 1 in 10 US consumers own either a fitness band or smartwatch, nearly double European wearable ownership.
With watches, wristbands, NFC handsets, payment cards and contactless payments all the rage and only growing, reaching nearly $100 billion annually by 2018 seems assured.
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