Back in the 1980s, the concept of smart, connected wearable didn’t exist when text-only operating systems like MS-DOS were popular. But Puma was years ahead of others when it released what was probably the world’s first fitness tracking shoes. In 1986, the shoemaker launched a sneaker that had a chunky computer strapped to the back of a sneaker. […]
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