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Global Wearable Device Security Market To Lose Momentum By 2022

9 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

The global wearable device security market is set to lose momentum over the course of the next four years, with its compound annual growth rate from 2018 to 2022 being predicted to only amount to 13-percent, according to the latest report authored by Technavio. Looking back to last year, the firm found that the vast majority of wearables that are actually selling still fall under the wristwear category, i.e. are either fitness trackers or smartwatches, having attributed almost 70-percent of all 2017 sales to such products. Headwear and bodywear remain niche offerings in all parts of the...
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