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A new type of MEMS-based electronic paper for cell phones is fast enough to show video.
With a new vest, players can feel the impact of video games.
A reconfigurable handheld device could foster a community of hardware hackers.
Musicians can now control sound effects for electric instruments by waving a hand.
Researchers are testing ways to let people listen to gadget menu options instead of looking at them.
Technology Review takes apart Bug Labs’ modular open-source hardware system and explains how it works.
A fully implantable hearing aid is showing promise.
Livescribe’s smartpen turns a sheet of paper into a computer.
E Ink is making color and video versions of its e-paper, but commercial products are a few years off.
A new device could help dentists better detect the early signs of tooth decay.