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The world's top tech companies descended on Las Vegas at the beginning of January for CES. These are the most remarkable products coming soon to a shop near you.
There's no need to get your phone out to find out where you need to go. These jeans will vibrate on the left and right sides to direct you to your destination.
No more cold toes! These smart shoes track your movement, but also allow you to heat your feet to the desired temperature.
An intelligent robot assistant that follows you around, can answer your questions, automate your house and call your friends.
This smart hairbrush analyses your hair and your brushing style to tell you how you can avoid having a bad hair day ever again.
This driverless car by Rinspeed is designed for urban living, with wheels that can turn sideways to fit into the tiniest parking spaces. And it even has a small plot for a garden box.
Are you allergic to animals, but really want to stroke a pet? Then Paro is the gadget for you.
The Welt is a smart-belt, which analyses your waist size, activity and food intake to ensure you are healthy.
These underpants protect your privates from any possible radiation from your mobile phone.
This fridge has a 29" touchscreen, helping with recipes and ordering food. And when you double-tap it, it goes transparent so you can see inside your fridge without opening the door.
CES was awash with driverless cars. This concept car by Toyota was one of the stand-outs, with Artificial Intelligence that predicts your needs and even analyses your emotions.