By  on August 27, 2007

LOS ANGELES — Until recently, so-called “iApparel”—clothing with embedded electronic controls for use with iPods and other portable electronic devices—has been a status symbol reserved for rarefied tech geeks and moneyed action-sports fans.

But Eleksen, a textiles company that manufactures touch-sensitive, washable fabrics for apparel and consumer electronics, wants to change that.

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