- World’s smallest ARM chip has huge implications for implantable tech
ExtremeTech describes a microcontroller from a company called Kinetis and speculates on how it might be used, including in devices inside the human body.
- Apple Patents Extremely Accurate, Localized Haptic Feedback For Multitouch Devices
When haptic feedback first became a buzzword of the mobile phone industry nearly half a decade ago, many imagined keyboards that would rise up out of the glass on smartphones to meet our fingertips. What we got instead were devices that faintly shook in a general sort of way whenever you tapped their software keys, but a new patent secured by Apple looks to improve on those crude designs—TechCunch
- How Tablets Will Impact Future TV Viewing
Many people interact with mobile devices while watching TV, and this second screen phenomenon will influence how televisions offer programming—Tim Bajarin at PCMag
- How tech is transforming jewellery
A 3D printing technology will be a “shape changer” for the jewellery industry, according to the leading UK supplier of precious metals to the trade—BBC News
- Is there any room left for Dell?
There’s been a great deal of chatter about private equity interest in Dell, but what happens then? Can the PC company make itself relevant in a post-PC world?—At ZDNet, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes assesses Dell’s future
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