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Wearable electronics - a $1.5 billion market in 2014

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DR.PAUL
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DR.PAUL   11/4/2012 12:49:57 PM
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Very good plan to have a electronic T-shirt.Good to health care monitoring.

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Brian Fuller2   11/5/2012 10:23:21 PM
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My holy grail fashion? Shirts and sweaters that use piezo electronics to generate heat in extreme cold. Some day...

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