With Intel's MICA, jewelry has a phone number

The Fashion Week runway will feature a luxury smart bracelet, Dyson demos its first robot vacuum, and mystery bogus cell towers could be spying on your calls.

Intel shows how high tech can become high fashion. In CNET Update, learn about the MICA luxury smart bracelet for women. It won't come cheap, but it will cost less than Dyson's first robot vacuum, the 360 Eye.

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This roundup also covers troubling tech news. Home Depot still says its investigating reports that customer credit card data was stolen from all stores. But if it was hacked, the company promises to provide free credit monitoring to customers.

And if there wasn't enough hacking news these days, it appears that fake cell towers scattered across the US could be listening in on phone calls.

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