Items tagged with Touch-screen

When it comes to the iPhone, Apple doesn't prescribe to the philosophy that bigger is better, unlike Android devices, which keep growing and growing (Galaxy Note, anyone?). Instead of launching the iPhone 5 that everyone was expecting, Apple came out with the iPhone 4S and it shipped with the exact same measurements as the iPhone 4 (2.3 inches... Read more...
A new iMac Touch model could be in the works over at Apple. Maybe. That's the speculation after the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that describes a desktop system with virtual control on a touchscreen. It's far too early to tell if that's what Apple is up to, but with so many all-in-one (AIO) PCs... Read more...
One of the most dramatic shifts in portable gaming history has been the surge in popularity of smartphones and tablets in the past two years. In 2009, Android and iOS devices accounted for ~19 percent of game revenue. In 2010, their combined share nearly doubled, while estimates that the two platforms will account for... Read more...
One of the most dramatic shifts in portable gaming history has been the surge in popularity of smartphones and tablets in the past two years. In 2009, Android and iOS devices accounted for ~19 percent of game revenue. In 2010, their combined share nearly doubled, while Flurry Analytics estimates that the two platforms will account for... Read more...
Mimo. Forgot about those guys? They're back! While the "secondary monitor" isn't nearly as predominant as it once was, USB-powered monitors aren't vanishing. In fact, Mimo's pushing them to the next level. The company just launched Magic Touch, described as the world's first-ever USB-driven capacitive touchscreen... Read more...
According to a report by Tech-On!, Kyocera Corp. demoed a new touchscreen panel for mobile devices at CEATEC Japan that simulates the feeling of touching a physical button. Bearing the moniker “New Sensation Touch Panel”, the new touchscreen apparently uses piezoelectric elements embedded between the LCD and touch panels. When... Read more...
At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference this week, Tami Reller, the company's CFO and Corporate VP of Windows / Windows Live, spilled the beans about Windows 7's adoption rates and some of what the industry should expect from Windows 8. Windows 7, according to Reller, has sold at three times the rate of Windows XP with the result that... Read more...
Revolutions are talked about frequently, but in honesty, not too many revolutions come about. It takes something truly outstanding, truly innovative to be considered a "revolution" in our book. The original iPhone was revolutionary, but every model since has simply been evolutionary. But Corning's vision of the... Read more...
HP revealed the company's first touchscreen desktops with a 60-degree reclining display. The new HP TouchSmart610 Consumer PC and HP TouchSmart 9300 Elite Business PC will tilt to an almost flat position. Both of the new PCs feature a 23-inch diagonal high-definition display that reclines up to 60 degrees and tilts forward up to five degrees.... Read more...
Integrated Device Technology demonstrated the ability to carry touchscreen data over the DisplayPort auxiliary channel. IDT’s technique for transmitting touch sensor data over the existing DisplayPort AUX channel simplifies and lowers the cost of integrating touch technology into tablets, notebooks, all-in-one... Read more...
iBUYPOWER is best known for their line of custom PCs, and they're one of the go-to companies when it comes to high-end gaming notebooks. In fact, the company is known solely for hardware. But their latest introduction isn't hardware based at all; rather, it's a new piece of software. It takes a special piece of software to really grab our... Read more...
With a claim of “nearly 30-years of touch innovation” under its belt, HP is no stranger to touch-input technology. The company has recently integrated touch input into a number of its consumer and business product lines, such as tablets, notebooks and perhaps the most well-known, its line of TouchSmart all-in-one desktop PCs.Taking advantage... Read more...
With a claim of “nearly 30-years of touch innovation” under its belt, HP is no stranger to touch-input technology. The company has recently integrated touch input into a number of its consumer and business product lines, such as tablets and displays and perhaps is most well-known for its line of TouchSmart all-in-one desktop PCs. In fact,... Read more...
Do you remember the iBUYPOWER Battalion Touch CZ-10 Multi-Touch gaming notebook we told you about last week? Well, it's now available for preorder. iBUYPOWER says the system will ship starting January 22nd though readers with a keen eye may notice that iBUYPOWER's website says the system could ship a couple days earlier. Either way, this 15-inch... Read more...
Sprint and LG are refreshing the wireless carrier's lineup with two new touchscreen phones, the LG Lotus Elite and LG Rumor Touch. As successors to the popular LG Lotus and LG Rumor phones, these two new phones add a touchscreen and other new features. The LG Lotus Elite will feature the Sprint One Click user interface which lets users personalize... Read more...
If it's not one thing, it's another. In other words, if it's not a touch-enabled slate PC, it's a touch-enabled notebook. HP is getting in on the action at CES, today introducing a new line of TouchSmart notebook and netbook machines. The highlight of the revised lineup is the company's first-ever touch Mini PC, but... Read more...
Sometime in the coming months, iBUYPOWER is planning to offer a gaming notebook that takes full advantage of the Windows multi-touch features. The new Battalion Touch CZ-10 will be a 15-inch notebook that will take the multi-touch features of Windows and apply them to the gaming world. iBUYPOWER will show off the new... Read more...
LG has taken the covers off its latest touchscreen phone, the GD510, which as the company describes it, is the "most compact 3-inch full touchscreen phone ever made." LG claims its consumer research shows that a large group of users want a full touchscreen phone without the added bulk, unnecessary features, and higher prices found in many... Read more...
We're not sure we agree with introduction two similar products to close to one another from a business standpoint, but from the consumers' eye, there's nothing better to really expand your field of options. Nanovision has just unleashed its newest secondary display not even a month after debuting the Mimo 710-S. This one, labeled the 720-S,... Read more...
Canon announced six new PowerShot cameras today, including the new flagship PowerShot G11 and Canon’s first ever touchscreen PowerShot. All of the new cameras feature Canon’s Optical Image Stabilization and use the DIGIC 4 Image Processor. The cameras also have an upgraded version of Canon’s Smart AUTO technology that... Read more...
Assuming a mole from Best Buy is correct, the retailer is going to be a busy place on August 23rd. The mole has provided Boy Genius Report with a screenshot that shows Best Buy’s plans to begin offering a number of anticipated feature phones that day. Although it’s no iPhone, the Samsung Omnia 2 is definitely one of the hot upcoming phones... Read more...
If Asus doesn't make a machine you like (or are at least fond of in some way), you aren't looking hard enough. As the company famous for putting the netbook (and thus, the Eee PC) on the map continues to broaden its horizons in the notebook market, it's taking a breather from shipping new "Seashell" machines to introduce a horse of a startlingly... Read more...
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