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Nokia And Samsung Invest In Swype

12/15/2009, It looks like it’s going to be a good day for the folks over at Swype, since they’ve secured a nice bit of funding to the figure of $5.6 million from Nokia Growth Partners, Samsung Ventures and existing investor Benaroya Capital. In case you...

Synaptics unveils Fuse, the future of touch user interface

12/14/2009, Synaptics, which defines itself as a human interface company, has just unveiled a forward-looking concept device aimed at showing that the full potential of touch devices has yet to be achieved. Despite being widely successful over the past few years,...

N3L Optics stores go high-tech

12/12/2009, I was shopping for a new pair of sunglasses and I’ve been told that some N3L stores (an Oakley spin-off) had gone high-tech with large touch displays and more, so I went to check one out (Hillsdale Mall, San Mateo CA). There were three things that...

LED touch-sensitive coffee table

10/19/2009, Thanks to an array of infra-red proximity sensors, this table can “sense” when objects are on (or near) it and light itself accordingly. It works better with transparent plates or glasses and probably looks better with cocktails, so...

iPod Touch down to $199

09/09/2009, The latest iPod touch line-up is now better (cheaper!) than ever with a starting price point of just $199, where users will not only get a brilliant iPod in their hands but the functionality of a pocket computer and “above” average handheld...

Synaptics ClearPad 3000 takes multi-touch to new heights

07/22/2009, Synaptics has just introduced its ClearPad 3000 Series capacitive touch pad sensor solution. The technology is inherently thinner than resistive-based sensors that have to use more layers. Most importantly, capacitive sensors require less pressure to use,...