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Communication
Communication is rapidly evolving and the possibilities for the future are endless.
The first-ever nano-chip language translators are rolling off the assembly line and into cosmetic surgeons’ offices quicker than you can say “Se Habla Espanol?” No longer will it be necessary for those wishing to learn a second or even third language to go through the arduous process of weeks and weeks of studying tapes or attending language classes. The nano-chip can be inserted into someones brain and enable them to speak the language of their choice. The product is called “Nano-Second Language” or NSL, and they are expected to sell out within weeks.
Technological Clothing
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Technology in the Future
By Gina Nash
"Intelligent" or "smart" clothing is part of an exciting new technology that involves building computing, connectivity, and sensing abilities into materials people are comfortable wearing. Some of the latest products in this area are very fashionable, lightweight, and look no different than other clothes. In some cases, the electronic circuits that make up the brains of the wearable computers and sensors are sewn in. In others, the circuits and other components are literally built from conductive yarn and thread that makes up the clothing. The possibilities are amazing and limitless.
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