Two new high-tech devices promise to track luggage from start to finish, no matter where an airline ends up sending it. Continue reading →
The patch can monitor muscle movement, store the data and use the info to decide when to deliver medicine through the skin.
Chinese company Onyx has just unveiled a new e-reader/smartphone that requires less energy to run than other smartphones.
Interaction designer Simone Rebaudengo pictures a world where smart appliances behave like people and humans merely host them. Continue reading →
Innovative smartphones, wearable computers and Internet-connected cars are among some of the techs that were on display at the Mobile World Congress.
A new report suggests that the company is exploring solar charging to create longer-lasting batteries.
Small devices can be sewn onto the heart, lung or diaphragm where they can harvest enough energy to power a pacemaker. Continue reading →
The ultra-bendable chip may have medical uses, and has already been tested on an artificial eye in the lab.
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