Wearable computing hogged the spotlight at last week's CES 2014, as tech companies hyped smartwatches, fitness trackers, health monitors, and Google Glass-style optical headgear. While relatively few people are using these devices today, it's never too early to focus on the inevitable security and privacy concerns that wearable gadgets will bring with them.
Wearable computing brings new security risks
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