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This Bra Revolutionizes Wearable Tech

Historically, brassieres have only supported a woman’s breasts—both comfortably and painfully—while she engaged in any activity, be it lethargic or active. A recent breakthrough in undergarment technology is about to revolutionize the bra as women know it. The Canadian-based “OMbra” is the world’s first (and so far only) “smart fitness bra.” [...]
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