Smart bottle thirsts for drinking data
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CES 2018: LifeFuels smart bottle thirsts for drinking data

A smart bottle, which adds vitamins and nutrients to water and then tracks how much is consumed, is on show at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

The $149 (£110) product is being pitched as a means to improve owners' health.

But the BBC's Chris Foxx asked whether consumers really want another device to recharge.

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