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How Apple Is Invading Our Bodies

The Silicon Valley giant has redrawn the line that separates our technology and ourselves. - TIME

Journal du Geekfrom Journal du Geek

Des chercheurs coréens planchent sur une batterie flexible

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Ubergizmofrom Ubergizmo

Are insect robots the future of military drones?

Mosquito? Insect? Spy Drone? CGI mock up of a mosquito drone equipped with the 'ability' to take DNA samples tracking devices beneath the skin.

Biostamp by MC10, via dezeen: Flexible electronic circuits that stick directly to the skin like temporary tattoos and monitor the wearer's health. Potentially these could be used in healthcare to monitor patients in their normal environment and without tethering them to large machinery.

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Table Top Tablets : coffee table touch screen

Table Top Tablets - This Coffee Table Touchscreen is a Durable Surface and Giant Computer in One

Bit Rebelsfrom Bit Rebels

A Future Look At The 2020 Cell Phone: It's On Your Wrist

Future Look At The 2020 Cell Phone: It’s On Your Wrist

Latest Technology from Japan: Touchscreen Cool Leaf Keyboard!

Washington Postfrom Washington Post

Disney invents touchscreen that lets you feel textures

Amazing new touchscreen from Disney: lets you feel textures through sending electronic pulses to your fingers, thus tricking your brain into thinking it is textured.

An Idaho couple has a vision to cover our roadways with smart solar panels. Turns out it's a vision shared by a record number of backers on Indiegogo.

Mashablefrom Mashable

TouchPico Projector Turns Any Wall Into a Touchscreen

The TouchPico Projector can turn any flat surface into an interactive screen.

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Projected Touchscreen Tables : Dynamic Desktop

Ideum's Dynamic Desktop Comprises Projected Capacitive Touch Tables [Futuristic Computers: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-computer/]

Pocket this smartphone/tablet printer to share photos without cords, toner, or even the Internet. - Hammacher Schlemmer