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Panasonic RP-BTGS10 Bone Conduction Headphone

Panasonic takes to CES 2013 to announce a pair of headphones that use your cheekbones to transmit audio, freeing your ears to hear the outside world.

By January 7, 2013


Batband may be the goofiest bone-conduction headphones ever

Do you want to strap a large Bluetooth band to your cranium? Yes? Then check out the Batband headphones on Kickstarter.

By September 11, 2015


Human, raven and thylacine skulls join Fire & Bone

Fire & Bone has returned with its third collection of tiny decorative skulls. The cream of the crop? A human skull with an articulated jaw.

By September 9, 2015


Bone yarn brings new meaning to 'knitted skullcap'

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a way to spin good quality yarn from slaughterhouse waste.

By August 11, 2015


Space, swords, bones: 3D printing (literally) makes our world

Forget those silly little figurines. The real work in 3D printing will go into things that matter, like bone grafts, full-size bridges -- even a building on the moon.

By August 8, 2015


3D-printed cast heals broken bones, doubles as Bluetooth speaker

Meet the BoomCast, a 3D-printed cast with embedded electronics, which gives patients more freedom and allows doctors to monitor a patient's progress anywhere in the world.

By July 31, 2015


75 million-year-old blood cells found in dino bones

Scientists have identified structures that appear to be red blood cells and collagen-like fibres in dinosaur bones dating back to the Cretaceous.

By June 9, 2015


Mortal Kombat X trailers shows Tanya's disregard for bone integrity

New character Tanya revels in bodily breakages and organ crushing.

By May 31, 2015


Meerkat has a very bare bones interface (pictures)

The interface for Meerkat doesn't have much to it. Unless you're shooting a new video or receive a link to one, there's not much to do in the app.

5 Images By April 2, 2015


Bare-bones binary watch requires a smart wearer

Telling time involves mental arithmetic with the open-source Binary Wristwatch, a gloriously geeky way to mark the hours.

By March 11, 2015