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  • Wearable tech gets a snakeskin makeover
  • Wearable tech gets a snakeskin makeover
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Wearable tech gets a snakeskin makeover

French fashion house Opening Ceremony may be better known for statement dresses and outrageous shoes, but a partnership with Intel has resulted in a luxurious piece of smart technology. But who wants to wear a snakeskin, bejewelled piece of wearable tech?

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