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“Global sports brand Nike has created a special vending machine in New York City that only accepted Nike+ FuelBand for Nike products.

The vending machine, dubbed the Nike+ FuelBox, doesn’t accept cash as payment, and instead lets consumers plug in their Nike+ FuelBand USB to “purchase” Nike items like socks, shirts, and hats. The machines lets FuelBand users gain real “rewards” for engaging in physical activities with the Fuelband.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Nike Fuel Box Vending Machine
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“How Billie Whitehouse’s Wearable Experiments is changing the way we think about clothing”

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“Technology companies need to create more fashionable wearable technology if they are to drive widespread adoption among consumers, analyst company Beecham Research has said.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Beecham Research
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“MindRDR lets users upload pictures to social media using only their thoughts”

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“Novartis and Google Inc. are joining forces to work on a smart contact lens that monitors blood-sugar levels and corrects vision in a new way, the latest in a series of technology products designed to monitor body functions.”

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“Portable SIM can securely store multiple credentials, such as IDs and passwords, so it also can be used with PCs and other connected devices.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - SIM Cards
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“IWith wearable technology slowly becoming more and more mainstream as new wearable devices are being developed and released into the market, it may not be very long before people start using them for their social media activities.

Brazilian designer and UX/UI specialist Leonardo Zem created a design concept for what Instagram might be like when viewed and accessed through the popular wearable device, Google Glass.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Instagram for Google Glass
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“The Archive Eyes bag from Lulu Guinness’ autumn/winter 2014 collection will go on sale next month with an interesting twist. The handbag will contain a five-megapixel automatic camera which can take up to 2,000 images per day. The camera monitors light, motion, direction, colour and temperature, taking a shot each time there is a change in conditions.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Lulu Guinness Camera Bag
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“Google Glass is kinda sorta now a publicly available product – the launch came with a series of fits and starts, culminating in an open, unlimited public beta that kicked off yesterday. Its first major competitor might be gearing up for a debut to follow shortly.”

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 4circle “Forget carrying a separate hotspot router to have a local network wherever you go — what if you were the hotspot? Fashion designer Borre Akkersdijk has come very, very close to making that vision a reality with his experimental BB.Suit.”Read Article Wearable-Tech-BB-Suit-032888928081