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May 7th, 2007
WITH the development of nanotechnology, bulky gadgets that take up loads of space in our pockets will soon be small enough to be stuck on to our skin - and powered by body heat.
By the next decade, handheld mobile phones will be replaced by tinier phones stuck on our wrists, says BT futurologist Ian Pearson.
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