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This device produces energy from your sweat while you sleep
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Meet the robot dog looking to replace man's best friend
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‘Next-generation’ wearable tech turns your body heat into electricity
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This backpack harvests wasted energy from human movement
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'Biohack' your body with these futuristic wellness treatments
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This air purifier combats pollution by strapping onto your shoe
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Fish scales could provide sustainable solution for phone screens
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Google buys Fitbit
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Google eyes move into smartwatch sector with bid for Fitbit
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