Leak reveals Sony's next iPhone-connected camera lens will feature swappable E-Mount, pop-up flash

Sony’s next-generation QX-series external camera accessory, which wirelessly connects to and is controlled by smartphones like Apple’s iPhone, may include an E-Mount attachment for swapping lenses, as well as a dedicated flash.

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Here come the rice-grain-sized brain implants: Stanford discovers way of beaming power to microimplants deep inside your body

Stanford's mid-field wirelessly powered microimplant, the size of a grain of rice
Stanford electrical engineer and biological implant mastermind, Ada Poon, has discovered a way of wirelessly transmitting power to tiny, rice-grain-sized implants that are deep within the human body. This could well be the breakthrough that finally allows for the creation of smaller pacemakers, body-wide sensor networks, and a new class of “electroceutical” devices that sit deep in the human brain and stimulate neurons directly, providing an alternative for drug-based therapies for depression, Alzheimer’s, and other neurological ailments.

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