— Dracula Technologies showed off a new manufacturing process for energy harvesting chips designed for wearables. The photovoltaics and electronics are printed onto a sheet of plastic film and can be custom-sized for any application. — These … [Read more...]
First flexible CPUs, now flexible RAM: Could this jumpstart truly smart clothing?
Innovation in flexible computing components is arriving in wave after wave of late. In June, a report detailed a 32-bit ARM microprocessor that could bend, and this month, we learned that Stanford researchers demonstrated working bendable RAM. When … [Read more...]
How to power a device using dirt, sweat or bacteria poop
I just got back from speaking at ARM's annual tech event in Santa Clara, and I came back feeling confident in my vision for the future of our connected world but still wondering how we're going to get there. I'm with SoftBank Chairman Masayoshi Son … [Read more...]