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December 6th, 2004

When technology gets personal

Abstract:
In 2020, whipping out your mobile phone to make a call will be quaintly passť. By then phones will be printed directly on to wrists, or other parts of the body, says Ian Pearson, BT's resident futurologist.

It's all part of what's known as a "pervasive ambient world", where "chips are everywhere."

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