Jewelry gadget guide: Add some brain to your bling
No longer do health trackers look like, well, trackers. Today, you can get a beautiful piece of jewelry or a fancy watch disguised as a tracker. Some even connect to your smartphone. “We are increasingly digitizing all of the objects around us,” said Shawn DuBravac, chief economist with the Consumer Technology Association. “As sensors become more sophisticated, what we put on our bodies will become smarter and able to capture, track and analyze our world.” — Danielle Braff
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