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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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5 million adults in the United States will use a wearable device at least once a month-which may sound good, until it's compared to the forecasted figure of 63.
The North America wearable sensors market is expected to increase to USD 118.
According to Infoholic Research, the healthcare industry will continue to dominate the worldwide wearable device security solutions market.
Law enforcement was looked at as the biggest opportunity to incorporate biometrics into wearable technology by biometric professionals (63%).
To keep pace with the changes taking place in this fast-moving market, IDC has launched its Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, which helps vendors looking to enter this market, promote new product developments, or accelerate the growth of their wearables divisions.
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the wearable market in India clocked just over 400,000 units in the first quarter of 2016.
As device makers continue to innovate with respect to wearable technology, we're able to help these companies manage the evolving risks.
We are thrilled to offer a snapshot of the employer use of wearable devices right now," said Renee-Marie Stephano, President of the CHWA.
Wearable technology presents the potential for massive transformation in many industries.
International contributors in teaching, counselor education, rehabilitation counseling, educational leadership, computer applications, and science literacy offer an overview of the development and uses of wearable technologies in business and education.
Cloudtag, the company that brings accurate data and personalization to the health, wellbeing, and fitness markets, and imec, the nanoelectronics research center, have presented the first results of their collaboration on accurate frictionless wearable health solutions.
Wearable Technology: Smart Watches to Google Glass for Libraries.