A new way to answer your phone by biting a piece of tech

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Spotted: The latest in wearables is one that goes in your mouth. Researchers at the University of Auckland have invented a way for people to answer their phones by biting down on a piece of tech. The ChewIt is a tiny, interactive hands-free device about the size of a piece of candy (not to be confused with Chewits, the candy). It is essentially a custom-made printed circuit board that sits inside a removable silicon case. Users hold it in their mouth like a piece of gum. You can reuse the device by replacing the old case with a new one. When…

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