(CNN) - Ringtones may soon have some decorative competition. Nokia has filed a patent for a tattoo that would vibrate whenever someone tries to contact you.
The LA Times first reported this story.
The tattoo would communicate with a cellphone like a bluetooth, through magnetic waves. And just like picking different ringtones for callers, users may be able to customize the tattoo to give off varying vibes for their contacts.
Not one for tattoos? Nokia is also trying to patent a sticker version of the device.
No word on when the so-called "ringtone tattoo" will be available.
If the fee was enacted as planned in the New Starts application, the expected $555 million in revenue would almost double the amount of taxes and fees motorists currently pay to the state through gas taxes
Ronald Nored, guard for the Butler University basketball teams that went to back-to-back Final Fours in the NCAA Tournament, has already landed his first coaching gig. The former Bulldog will lead the Brownsburg High School Bulldogs.
The university announced Blue III, also known as Trip, on Thursday. He was born Dec. 23 in Indiana. The university's current live mascot, Blue II, remains with the school.