By James Mullan
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think about wearable technologies? Some sort of smartwatch, a fitness monitoring band or something else? James Mullan explains how there are many different ways in which wearable technologies are being used by millions of different people, but part of him thinks, "Seriously what is the point of wearable technologies? Could they be used beyond the consumer market, by fee-earners in legal firms, perhaps?"
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