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The new StarBoard FX-Trio by Hitachi is due to be unveiled today at the School Resources Expo in Sydney.  The new interactive whiteboard will allow three sets of sticky school aged fingers to work away at one time.

Friday, 05 February 2010 09:18

Amazon gearing up to compete with iPad?

Amazon has reportedly acquired a touchscreen developer whose technology is cheaper and in some ways better than that used in the iPad. Is this the harbinger of a future multitouch Kindle?

Published in Mobility
There’s a huge amount of sound and fury over Google finally having the balls to release its own singularly branded phone, rather than hiding behind the skirts of its OEM partners, but ultimately, does it all signify nothing?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 07:16

Lenovo IdeaPad S12: netbook or not?

Small cars tend to get larger with successive models, with the result that manufacturers end up introducing new model names to recapture the vacated space. Does Lenovo's 12in IdeaPad SA12 suggest a similar process is happening with netbooks?

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 13 November 2009 15:17

'Windows 7 copied Mac' claim crushed by Microsoft

It’s all over the news – a Microsoft employee saying the graphics of Windows 7 were inspired by the Mac, then quickly corrected by the official Windows Team Blog saying it was nothing of the sort!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
HP has released a raft of systems aimed at the commercial and consumer markets, including touchscreen models. Also new is the company's first 42in HD digital signage touch display.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 10:21

Lenovo adds multitouch to ThinkPads

Lenovo has boosted the specs of two members of its ThinkPad range to include multitouch screens. One is a tablet, the other is a regular notebook model.

Published in Home Tech
After an initial period during which the Surface SDK was only available to selected companies, Microsoft has lowered the drawbridge to admit more than 640,000 registered developers.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 08:01

Apple tablet rumours return

There's been a resurgence of rumours about an Apple 'tablet' computer. The device is being tipped to arrive in October, in time for the holiday buying season.

Published in Core Dump
Although Microsoft itself is lowering expectations of large new hardware sales thanks to Windows 7, and could yet set its Win 7 upgrade and retail prices lower in response to the $29 OS X 10.6 challenge, one of Windows 7’s very touching benefits is something you’ll want to put one, two or even more fingers on!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 04 June 2009 18:33

Palm Pre previews pretty well

Palm’s highly anticipated Pre, touted as yet another potential iPhone killer, launches in a couple of days in the busiest phone launch month of the year, set to compete with a new iPhone, the Nokia N97, Google’s HTC Magic and more – so is it any good?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
With some new designs for its notebooks, netbooks and desktops, and a new shopping site aimed at women, Dell is clearly trying to up the ante in the “cool” stakes against competitors like HP, Apple and others. What’s missing?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 09 April 2009 03:35

Elan sues Apple over multitouch patents

Apple's heading towards court again: this time to defend itself against patent infringement allegations from Taiwanese chip design company Elan Microelectronics.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 20 February 2009 09:54

Dell, HP go head to head with 10 in net/notebooks

Two of the world's leading PC vendors have announced 10 in mini notebooks with similar specifications in the same week.

Published in Market
Monday, 12 January 2009 12:30

N-Trig bringing multi-touch technology to PCs

Multi-touch technology, made famous by the Apple iPhone, is already available on PCs through HP’s TouchSmart tx2 notebook, and will come to many more notebook, tablet and desktop PC screens throughout 2009, well in time for Windows 7 and Linux.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 25 November 2008 02:08

LG touchscreen coming to iMac?

You know that touchscreen Mac that some people have been waiting for? Here's why one observer thinks it might be close at hand.

Published in Core Dump
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