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The company unveils TouchSense Engage, which uses touch feedback technology to simulate the roar of a crowd or the boom of an explosion.
Immersion's TouchSense "haptic" technology allows users to experience a sense of touch when playing games or typing on a flat touchscreen.
Square thinks receipts can be a powerful tool for communication between buyers and sellers, and its new feature enables direct communications. The feature is available to merchants for $10 a month.
Samsung launches a new fitness band at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The new device offers users a heart rate tracker and pedometer functionality, and connects to the company's S Health app to manage overall fitness.
Get your best punches ready, because Philadelphia University student Jackson Gordon completed a functioning Batsuit, and it's already been battle-tested at a Maryland convention by attendees. Eat your heart out, Batfleck.
Developers will be able to buy ad space at the top of results so their apps pop up when users search for programs in Google's app store.
John Hopkins University scientists are currently working on what they're calling "micrograbbers" made of hydrogel and stiff polymers. Someday, they hope to send these tiny objects into your body to perform procedures that might otherwise be invasive.
The Garage incubator releases apps for Windows Phone and Android that range from giving you reports on air quality in China to connecting you to conference calls using voice commands.
London-based design collective The Unseen teased "Eighth Sense" this week, a couture jacket that uses EEG data to display the wearer's mood. If you've ever wanted the chance to literally wear your emotions on your sleeve, this coat might be the answer.