Future E-Cigarettes Could Connect to a Device via WiFi

Future E-Cigarettes Could Connect to a Device via WiFi

A new patent from Philip Morris proposes a web-enabled, smart cig which could help users cut down

Vashti Hallissey
  • 12 november 2014

E-cigarettes could soon become i-cigarettes according to a new patent filed by Philip Morris, the tobacco company behind Marlboro, which plans a connected e-cig. The Atlantic recently discovered the patent for a device that links to your computer or mobile wirelessly or with a USB, monitoring the user’s every drag.

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