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CES 2013: This pen will convert your screen to touch-enabled

Jan 09, 2013

CES 2013: This pen will convert your screen to touch-enabled

A company has made a digital pen to allow people to use Windows 8 on their old monitors for less than the cost of buying a new touch-enabled computer. #Consumer Electronics Show 2013 #CES 2013 #Apen Touch8 #Windows 8 touchscreen
Dutch company's innovation: Touchscreen compatible gloves

Dec 04, 2012

Dutch company's innovation: Touchscreen compatible gloves

A dutch company called Mujjo has come up with a pair of leather gloves that allow you to use your smartphone without taking them off. #ThisisNext #Mujjo #Touch-screen compatible gloves #Leather Touchscreen Gloves
Google unveils Nexus 7; should Amazon, Apple be worried?

Jun 28, 2012

Google unveils Nexus 7; should Amazon, Apple be worried?

Google will sell its first tablet from mid-July for $199, hoping to replicate its smartphone success in a hotly contested market now dominated by Amazon's Kindle Fire and Apple's iPad. #ThisisNext #Google #smartphones #NewsTracker #Android #Amazon Kindle #Touchscreens #content

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Google unveils Nexus 7; should Amazon, Apple be worried?

Jul 07, 2014

Atmel acquires Newport Media for $140 million

Touchscreen chipmaker Atmel Corp said it would buy Newport Media, a maker of low-power Wi-Fi and bluetooth gear, for $140 million to gain ground in a technology that helps connect everything through the Internet...
Google unveils Nexus 7; should Amazon, Apple be worried?

Jul 01, 2014

The Surface Pro 3 arrives: Read about that and more in PCWorld’s July Digital Edition

The onslaught of tech information is relentless. Stay on top of the latest with PCWorld’s Digital Edition. Available as single copies or as a yearlong subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key prod...
Google unveils Nexus 7; should Amazon, Apple be worried?

Jun 18, 2014

Researchers embed transparent sensors in Corning Gorilla Glass

Researchers from a Canadian university and Corning have successfully implanted transparent sensors into the Gorilla Glass used by most smartphones, possibly allowing a future where touchscreens are also sensory devices. Instead of using electricity, ... #Canada #Montreal