Tiny ‘hearing’ device is 100,000 times thinner than your eardrum
It can detect signals at frequencies higher and lower than our own ears, too.
Twinkl is a friendship bracelet for the 21st century
Push a button on your device and your friend will get a vibration to know that you're thinking about them.
'Football Fan Shirt' uses haptics to help you feel the big match
Just in time for Euro 2016.
Researchers hack phone vibration motor to act as a microphone
And the sound quality is surprisingly audible.
Spiders are the key to ultra-sensitive wearable devices
Spiders might creep you out, but don't dismiss them too quickly -- they may well be the ticket to...
Visual microphone can pick up speech from a bag of potato chips
You may want to be careful about the conversations you hold in the future; if you're near a window...
MIT researchers develop chip that can harvest energy from multiple sources
We've seen a number of different devices that can harvest energy from various sources, but none qu...
'Free form' lens over mobile display could improve audio and haptics, says Motorola patent filing
It's hard to tell exactly what Motorola is thinking of here, but it probably isn't a billowing she...
AT&T Labs, Carnegie Mellon research haptic-feedback steering wheel for turn-by-turn directions
A force-feedback steering wheel. It's quite literally the stuff of racing games, and AT&T labs,...