Fitness Trackers Are the Hottest Thing in Wearable Technology

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The International CES is the world's largest consumer electronics show, and a showcase each year for the biggest new things in consumer tech. This year, The Motley Fool's Rex Moore caught up with one of the world's leading tech columnists at the show, David Pogue of Yahoo Tech, to get a breakdown of the hottest new trends in electronics that could soon be hitting the market.

This year, wearable technology was one of the biggest themes at the show, and fitness trackers dominate this space. FitBit, Nike's FuelBand, Jawbone, Withings Pulse, and Garmin's new Vivofit are all among the hottest of the wearables right now. Pogue discusses why these are such a hit with consumers, and which one is his favorite of the group.

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