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Wearable tech: the future of accessorizing

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Technology isn't just an extension of who we are anymore; it's a part of us. And thanks to wearable tech, we will never have to be without a connection.

Step tracking bracelets are already pretty popular. Millions of people everywhere are counting the steps they take, reaching their goals, and generally becoming more happy and healthy people because of this piece of wearable tech. The technology is rapidly improving to include more features like location identification, compatibility with apps, and more personalization options.

Perhaps the most outrageous sounding of the bunch is swallowable tech; a piece of technology in pill form that can collect data from within a person's body. This could potentially help patients with heart disease and diabetes, as well as identifying reactions to certain drugs.

Take a look at this infographic for more on the world of wearable tech and let us know what you think about it in the comment section!

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