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Researchers have developed a pedestrian navigation system that uses haptics.
Researchers have developed a new full-duplex wireless technology that could double network throughput inexpensively.
A new product determines a mobile user’s location without GPS or Wi-Fi.
Engineers have developed flexible circuitry that can be mounted on a user’s skin to perform tasks such as health monitoring.
IBM and 3M have announced plans to jointly design adhesives that could enable the stacking of 100 chips, thereby enabling ultrafast processors.