Chemists and engineers at Stanford say their synthetic material could help produce smarter prosthetics and resilient personal electronics that self-repair.
The company behind the design of Fitbit (and other products) has unveiled a concept for a digital tattoo with a changing face. There are a couple caveats though: it's still a prototype, and if it ever did exist, you'd have to get it implanted under your skin. Are you game?
On today's show, we check out a new digital tattoo prototype that goes under your skin, a virtual reality glove for Oculus, and a smart new AI named "Amelia." Oh, and we explain why you shouldn't break the iPhones at the Apple store (or any phones at any store, for that matter).
We compared the screens of the latest iPhones with Samsung's flagship Galaxy and crowned a winner.
It feels like everywhere we go, we're waiting in some kind of line. With this exoskeleton, though, you can make a seat for yourself anywhere. Can't bypass the lines at your favorite theme park? With this bit of kit, you won't stress about waiting without a place to sit.
On today's show, an exoskeleton that creates a chair for you, no matter where you are; artificial, autonomous skin that changes color; and breaking ground on a Lego "experience center."
Following in the footsteps of the Z1 family and coming later this year, the Xperia M2 Aqua has a waterproof skin.
Instead of hunting for a third-party skin app, you can change default app icons on the G3. Here's how.
A conceptual collection of gold and biopolymer jewellery consists of three pieces, each of which pierces the skin: E-pulse Conductor, Blood Bridge, and Blinker.
If you ever wanted to see "Sherlock" translated into dresses and skin-tight leggings, then Gold Bubble's new collection should catch your eye.