A team of scientists in Korea and the United States have invented a device that can control neural circuits using a tiny brain implant controlled by a smartphone.
Researchers in Tokyo accidentally discovered a self-healing material.
New 'potato stamp' technique combining silver and graphene may create cheaper, more flexible and eco-friendly screens.
Greenpeace's Guide to Greener Electronics shows us the winners and sinners in the gadget making business.
Researchers have developed a mobile test using technology found in smartphones, and it could provide doctors and carers with a virtually instantaneous way of diagnosing someone with HIV.
Researchers have developed technology that enables a smartphone to perform lab-grade medical diagnostic tests that typically require large, expensive instruments.
Researchers report that they have developed a self-healing polymeric material with an eye toward electronics and soft robotics that can repair themselves.
Researchers have created a low-cost, portable smartphone-based cancer screening device that can, for the first time, evaluate several samples at once with lab quality results.
Last week Sony launched a projector which turns any surface into a touchscreen. We ask designers how screenless technology could be used in the future.
Is flexible good enough though? Don’t we really want morphing, stretchable smart tablets that expand from a strap-hanging, one handed commuter-use form-factor, to lean-back reading and media consumption copious sizes?
The upcoming iPhone 8 will include augmented reality technology that represents a significant feature upgrade.
Phones of the future could detect your gestures without touch, thanks to two-way LEDs
Japan Display officials said some smartphone makers have agreed to adopt the bendable LCD in the next few years. The company also hopes to sell the displays for other uses such as laptop computers and car dashboards.