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In the air, in your car, on your back – new technology at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show is showcasing the growing number of ways to live the "connected life".The so-called "Internet of Things" is leading to a wider range of wearable tech, from sports shirts to smartwatches to sleep monitors to connected refrigerators. The vast 2015 International CES, one of the world's biggest electronics fairs to be held in Las Vegas Jan. 6-9, shows how technology is permeating virtually all sectors of life – from entertainment to automobiles to kitchen appliances, in sectors including health, fashion and sports. Some robots are connected to the Internet cloud, or controllable by mobile device and capable of seeing, hearing, feeling and reacting to the environment.Tech on your sleeve A wider range of wearable technology will also be on display at the show, in a key segment among the 35,000 exhibitors. In a sign of the importance of automotive electronics, CES will have 10 car manufacturers showing their entertainment, safety and other technical advances – from self-parking cars to systems that use Big Data to navigate or diagnose problems.
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