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Google's Next Wearable Device Smart Contact Lens

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Google is working on a smart contact lens prototype that monitors glucose levels in tears. The technology could end finger pricks for diabetics. It still needs to be tested and proved accurate and safe to win FDA approval. (Jan.16)


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