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Two companies are replacing the crude vibration motors in today's phones with something that provides the holder's hands with a much wider range of sensations. The "feel screen" technology was unveiled at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.

Two companies are replacing the crude vibration motors in today's phones with something that provides the holder's hands with a much wider range of sensations. The "feel screen" technology was unveiled at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.

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