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Following BlackBerry Mobile’s most recent device, the keyboard toting KEYone, the all touchscreen BlackBerry Motion has leaked thanks to the always reliable Evan Blass. Gone are the days of BlackBerry struggling with its own operating system as Android has now driven their devices since the BlackBerry Priv in 2015. Can the Motion continue BlackBerry’s momentum […]
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A new image was pulled off of Amazon’s internal servers that looks like their new Echo device with a built-in touchscreen. Unfortunately, the image appears to be a thumbnail, and the resolution is really, really low. No CSI enhance magic is going to work here. With that being said, we can still learn a few […]
Come comment on this article: Amazon Echo with touchscreen leaks in extremely low-resolution
Tanvas, a Chicago, Illinois-based startup, unveiled its TanvasTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It delivers a versatile new form of haptic feedback designed to more closely mimic a variety of textures.
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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have developed a smart new system called CapCam, which lets users pair mobile devices with other touchscreens simply by pressing them together.
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Forget chalkboards and whiteboards in the classroom — Dell thinks tech is the answer. It's launching a 70-inch touchscreen, the C7017T, that's designed to replace interactive whiteboards in schools and boardrooms. You probably wouldn't want this a…
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With a Kickstarter that launched a week ago, the HandyCase’s ergonomic design — the first of its kind — “allows users to tap and swipe their mobile device from the back panel by seeing their hands through the screen.”
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