One thing all coverage of the CES in Las Vegas agreed upon, is that wearable devices will quickly be moving from niche applications and early adopters into more mainstream products. Can we categorize the creativity of big players delving into that sector like Apple, Samsung, Fitbit and Google as innovation? And how should entrepreneurs think when creating a wearable device? -MR
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