Wearable and in-store fashion tech: Where are they now?

The landscape of wearable and in-store technology is littered with the bones of failed ventures and bad ideas.

The questions facing any would-be wearable company are myriad: Is the product practical? Will the average consumer or retailer purchase it and understand how to use it? Beyond that, can these gadgets actually turn a profit?

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