Google is introducing yet another tweak in Chrome for Android designed to speed up browsing. The development team has managed to remove the annoying lag that you may have experienced when tapping buttons […]
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Samsung already proved the company knows how to make a phone with a display that wraps around its sides. Now they’ve got a patent that shows they’ve figured out how people could actually […]
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Always out of touch, Fox News has decided to join the 21st century and upgrade its newsroom. Shepard Smith gives us a tour of what is called the Fox News Deck. What at first seems like a benign modern-day newsroom, turns out to be a scene straight from of a cartoon upon closer inspection.
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Touchscreens have done wonders making content and user interfaces more interactive, but there’s something missing. A touchscreen still just feels like a slab of glass, but your fingertips are jampacked with nerve endings. […]
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Today, Corning introduced a new breed of Gorilla Glass. Dubbed Gorilla Glass NBT, the new toughened glass is aimed at touchscreen laptops, rather than the usual smartphone screen the glass is so cozy […]
Once upon a time, Microsoft’s Surface wasn’t a consumer-grade portable tablet aimed at the iPad and Nexus market. Long before we all swiped through Windows 8 on the landscape-oriented tablet, it was a […]
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Fujitsu has developed a device that’s capable of turning just about any mostly two-dimensional object into a touchscreen. It’s not alchemy. It’s a simple combination of a low-resolution camera (just 320×180 pixels) and […]
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