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over-arching message was that soon much of society will be using smart devices to enhance its day-to-day activities. The pre- senters introduced meditation devices, sleep aids, brainwave tuners and ideas for future tech gizmos that we could wear as clothing. One panelist was wearing about six devices across his body to show how small and in- conspicuous mobile devices are getting. At the end we sat down with Chopra and 3 ôõL V.


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