The Fight to Get on the Wearable Tech Bandwagon

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Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Jon Erlichman reports on companies pushing wearable technology at this year’s CES in Las Vegas. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Las vegas.

I do not want to send next to you when it rains.

Good idea.

Look.

We wanted to talk about wearables because it is a product category a lot of are wondering about.

They wonder if the success from smart phones can make its way to different devices, especially as we highlighted the attention to google glass.

All the big technology companies are in some way trying to get on the wearables bandwagon.

Intel has spent a lot of time talking about how it wants to be involved empowering -- empowering this world of wearables.

This chief advice guy is supposed to talk about all the things they can do to protect themselves about new trends.

Here's more about what he had to tell us.

This is something we can brother give other companies.

Let's talk about wearables.

One of the things we announced yesterday was a partnership with the designing opening ceremony and the council of fashion designers of america to work with them to partner and how to build great wearable technology.

It is what they do.

We bring the technology.

They bring the customer knowledge.

Together we go to market with something great.

A big companies pushing wearables.

It is really interesting to see in the sense that we do not really know where things are going but people are trying to guess what the demand will be.

Maybe they should have an app to figure out what everyone will buy in the future.

Good idea.

This is big.

It is an important time.

It is very difficult to know.

That is part of the story.

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