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WEAR. A great dam made across a river, accommodated for the taking of fish, or to convey a stream to a mill. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t. Vide Dam.

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Wearable technology impacts the lives of millions of people who are adopting this technology primarily to improve their lifestyles by monitoring health and fitness.
based International Data Corporation Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, wearable device shipments will reach 76.
Wearables Europe 2015 was followed by Wearables London Meetup, the UK's principal forum to develop and debate wearable technology.
But like any new workplace tool, wearable technologies need to be assessed in terms of their potential risks and rewards for the business.
Xybernaut's Mobile Assistant V (MA V) wearable computers form the foundation of the mobile/wearable platform.
Besides its time-saving benefits, Leith says Pen System's ability to market the Field Cable software as part of its wearable hardware application gives it a distinct advantage over its competitors.
To others developing wearable computers, the borg lifestyle seems a bit premature.
Our wearable artificial kidney, or Wearable Kidney, on which we have been working for 4 years, is designed to provide 24-hour dialysis while still maintaining a reasonable life style.
A wearable project should address data security issues from day zero," said Cobb.
Professional sports teams and professional athletes are early adopters of wearable sensors, driving market growth.
The global wearable devices market is growing steadily, but it holds immense business potential with the rapid pace of innovation and wider acceptance.
Nasdaq: XYBR), the leader in wearable computing and communications solutions, announced it has signed an agreement with IBM (NYSE: IBM) to design, develop and manufacture the computer portion of Xybernaut's next generation of wearable computer systems.