MWC Revisited: The most interesting wearables – Engadget

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Wearables failed to make much of a splash at MWC 2016. The category seemed to be an afterthought for many manufacturers — such as HTC or Samsung — which instead focused on smartphones and virtual reality products. Unlike in 2015, when we saw new smartwatches from Huawei, LG and others, Android Wear was mostly missing from this year’s Barcelona show. Now, that’s not to say the cause was completely lost, since there were a few wearables that grabbed our attention. Especially the one designed for cows, not people. Don’t you agree?

MWC Revisited: The most interesting wearables – Engadget

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