Now, experts are warning that photocopiers could be a culprit as well.
That's because most digital copiers manufactured in the past five years have disk drives -- the same kind of data-storage mechanism found in computers -- to reproduce documents.
It'd be interesting to see cell phones broken up into two sensors/transmitters the size of a stamp and attached to adhesive. One would connect to your jawbone or throat and let you speak while the other would connect to the antenna near your ear.
Or you could have it like bluetooth phones today with the phone itself in your pocket with the aforementioned speaker/receiver attached to your body.
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