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Electronics

The End Of Moore's Law? (Not Really)

By 2021, we won't be able to shrink transistors down any further. What does this mean for Moore's Law?

Edible Electronics

Making supercapacitors out of the same stuff you'd buy for a barbecue seems strange, but edible electronics could change the medical industry for the better. Tune in to learn how (and what they'll taste like).

Tech Gets Bendy

What's the secret of flexible electronics? What are the applications of tech that can bend around curves and corners?

Robotic Animals in Action

We have come a long way toward creating convincing robotic animals. See some fascinating robotic animals in action in this video round-up.

Watch Our 9 Favorite Exoskeletons in Action

Some amazing powered exoskeletons are already up and running. Watch videos of our favorite mechanical exoskeletons in this blog post.

CES Day Two: The Future Is Closer than You Think

Jonathan explores CES, checking out fuel cell vehicles, embeddable sensors and 3D printers. Read about Jonathan at CES in this blog post.

Would a Rose Smell as Sweet?

What is in the power of a name? What's the dispute on the social effects of names? Does naming your possessions create an emotional bond?

Transient Electronics and Planned Obsolescence

Transient electronics dissolve over time. Learn more about transient electronics in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.

Self-Healing Circuits and the Quest for Indestructibility

Self-healing circuits can maintain performance after damage. Learn more about self-healing circuits in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.

How the Pebble E-Paper Watch Works

The Pebble E-paper Watch has an e-paper display. Learn more about the Pebble E-paper Watch in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.