Scientists have developed a new, extremely flexible flash memory that could be a big breakthrough for foldable and disposable devices.
Scientists from Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Air Force Research Laboratory have joined forces to create a new method for the digital design and printing of flexible electronics.
A new type of packaging is being designed that is capable of powering itself.
A new type of flexible graphene could be the key to creating more effective wearable technologies.
A new computer chip has paved the way for an incredibly small new type of drone -- one that can fit in the palm of your hand.
A new way to charge our cell phones has arrived, and it could change everything about charging technologies.
A huge step forward in NFC could change the way we interact with the Internet of Things forever.
A new breakthrough in transistor lasers could lead to faster computer processors and more streamlined electronic devices.
Fast, effective, flexible, and biodegradable: have we uncovered the future of our electronic devices?
A new material is here that could replace silicon in our electronic devices and usher in a new age of technological advances.