Wearable technology hits the Toronto Men’s Fashion Week runways

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Geek chic continues to bring tech to the haute couture world and it is now soaring to new heights. Wearable technology has already been taking off in the sports world with fitness trackers and wristbands selling very quickly, but other forms of wearables have had a hard time making their way into the mainstream as they have not been seen as appealing or stylish. The Toronto Men’s Fashion Show and Wearables Toronto may be helping to change that perspective. While wearing his tangerine Google Glass, Tom Emrich from Wearables Toronto…

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Wearable technology is made beautiful for a female market

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A new gadget project called Ringly is now bringing higher fashion to this tech. A wearable technology ring called Ringly has just been launched, with the intention to appeal to the female demographic with the choice of several stones and with its 18k gold plating. This ring provides its wearer with a discreet notification of when she has received a call or a text. The concept behind the Ringly is that it combines wearable technology with the everyday accessories that are already being worn by women. This allows these consumers…

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Wearable tech is finally starting to prioritize style

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Major acquisitions are being made to help wearables to become more fashionable and appealing for consumers. One of the most important factors about wearable tech – and yet one that so many of the manufacturers appear to have forgotten in the earliest products – is that these mobile devices actually have to be worn, and because of that, the majority of consumers aren’t going to be interested in dropping hundreds of dollars on something that they consider to be ugly or too weird. Apple’s recent purchase of Beats Electronics is…

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