The problem of fingerprints on the touchscreen is almost solved

The Problem of Dirty Fingerprints on the Touchscreen is Almost Solved

The problem of fingerprints on the touchscreen is almost solvedGerman scientists from the Institute of Polymer Research Max Planck created a “self-cleaning” coating touch-screen, reflecting the fat, water and dirt, as well as the emergence of resistant to fingerprints. This result has been achieved experimentally – scientists caused by candle soot coating and then treated with its special chemical composition.

First, the researchers was applied

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Nokia Introduced Flexible Tablet Kinetic Device Like Paper

Nokia Introduced Flexible Tablet Kinetic Device Like Paper

Nokia Introduced Flexible Tablet Kinetic Device Like Paper 3Nokiashowed a tablet, which can be controlled by bending it in different directions.

Finnish mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia World event in 2011 (an exhibition in London), presented a prototype of a flexible plate – Kinetic Device. It is assumed that the future of the major trends in the transparent and flexible gadgets. In addition, its flexibility will be interactive.

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holographic touch screen on your palm

Holographic Touch Screen on Palm is not Science Fiction

holographic touch screen on your palmInstitute of Carnegie Mellon University doctoral student and human induced members of Microsoft Research – Chris Harrison developed a magical device, the plot of science fiction can be moved to the real reality of life, realize the palm of your hand into the touch screen.

 Often in science fiction will see a scene, would like to call, just lift your arm, it will automatically appear on a cell phone screen

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"Portico" A Touch Tablet without a touchscreen

“Portico” A Touch Tablet without Touch-Screen

 "Portico"  A Touch Tablet without a touchscreenResearchers at the University of Washington have developed a new tablet that can recognize gestures and objects that are outside the screen area.

A team of scientists from the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle is currently working with engineers from Intel and Microsoft on a novel gesture control system for tablet computers, which goes well beyond what is currently possible with normal touch screen. The project, called Portico lead to devices that can be operated much simpler than current mobile devices, because they have more space than the regular screen.

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Amazon Launches Kindle Fire Along With Amazon AppStore And Silk

Amazon Launches “Kindle Fire” Along With AppStore And Amazon Silk

After a “long awaited” tablet fans, today, Amazon has officially launched their tablets, called “Kindle Fire”, allows you to enjoy content in the form of videos, games, and direct digital reading through it. Fire Kindle also uses Android to operate.

Amazon Launches Kindle Fire Along With Amazon AppStore And Silk

Through the “Fire Kindle”, the device brings the touch screen 7-inch size with

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