This Bendable Cell Phone is Ahead of the Curve

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Remember those commercials about the snap bracelet? The accessory you could bend, twist and snap around your wrist? Well, pretty soon, you might be able to bend and snap your cell phone.

When we think about a cellphone, flexibility isn't something that comes to mind. But a small tech start-up group in China is about to change all that.

Moxi group has created a touchscreen with graphene, the thinnest material in the world. It's so light, strong and extremely flexible. For now, the screen can only produce black and white images. But by 2018, the company is set to release a full color version.

Speaking of things that can wrap around your wrist, you know Fitbit, the high-performance fitness the tracker? Well, the company's getting slammed with a class action lawsuit.

Researchers at California Polytechnic State University tested 43 healthy adults with Fitbit's PurePulse heart rate monitors and the results turned out to be inaccurate by 20 beats per minute.

The company does say they are not intended to be scientific or medical devices, but a miscalculation like that can lead to heart attack.

Working out is hard enough, you don't want go out on the treadmill!