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TOKYO – Researchers at the University of Tokyo and Japanese Riken research institute claim they have developed a solar cell that can be sewn into textile garment. The researchers say the new cells are not large, cumbersome cells like Tommy Hilfiger and other brands trialled in 2014, but are lightweight and water-resistant. Riken says the device could charge user’s phones using the cells, which are sewn into the textile.

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