I think it would be good to contact a scientist.. someone who can set up a blind test. basically something like - if putting your hand next to a cell phone (within 6 inches) gives you tingles every time, then have someone put some plexiglass between the phone and your hand and see if you can still feel it.. if yes, then they create 10 boxes, 3 with cell phones inside, and put 2 covers over them.. one cover to close the box and one to keep your hand from touching the box in any way... but still really close, like only an inch between.. or less.. then you simply test to see if you can tell which boxes have cell phones inside.
the purpose of this test is not to challenge you on what you feel, but to see if it is your brain creating this false data or if you are actually getting input from your nerves. You may have some neuropathy that creates abnormal data which your brain is trying to interpret the best it can, so it creates the sensation of vibrations to try to assign the data coming in some already known sensation. I've had sciatica and other nerve issues and the brain can really go crazy when your nerves are misbehaving.
anyway, my point here is this, either A) you have been given superpowers and you can interact with the universe in a way no other human can, or B) there is interplay between nerve input and the way your brain is interpreting that input that is causing "unusual sensations". It can be easy enough to test for A.. B is more difficult, but typically more obvious. A neurologist could help quite a bit with this.
Definitely read the whole post I linked you to.. it is important to understand the how/why of "the chip" theory being bogus.