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  • In pictures: 3M Australia opens innovation centre

    3M Australia unveiled a new innovation centre in North Ryde, Sydney on 5 April. The centre is designed to help employees collaborate and bring consumers closer to the science and research that lies behind some of 3M’s offerings such as multi-touch screens.

    Written by Hamish Barwick08 April 13 12:33
  • HP cautious about touch in business laptops

    Hewlett-Packard on Monday launched its first mainstream business laptop with a touchscreen, but said it would be cautious in bringing touch technology to its existing business laptop lines.

    Written by Agam Shah02 March 10 06:07
  • Motorola invests in touch screen company

    Motorola’s venture capital arm invested an undisclosed amount in a company that it believes represents the future of touch-based user interfaces.

    Written by Nancy Gohring04 Dec. 09 07:43
  • HP tries to find business use for touchscreen PCs

    Hewlett-Packard sees businesses in the future adopting touchscreens, but the technology needs further development to be an alternative to keyboards and mice in corporate environments, a company executive said.

    Written by Agam Shah13 Oct. 09 15:07
  • Gestures set to shake up mobile user interfaces

    Touch screens have changed the way people use mobile phones dramatically. But gesture controls, augmented reality and larger screen sizes are about to change habits even more, according to mobile interface expert Christian Lindholm.

    Written by Mikael Ricknäs07 Sept. 09 23:34

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  • Truly Semiconductors Limited Protects Its Growing Business with PlateSpin Forge

    Established in 1991, Truly Semiconductors Limited (Truly Semi) develops, manufactures and sells displays, including LCD and Organic LED (OLED) flat panels and touch screens. Truly Semi’s workforce and production have grown rapidly over the last ten years, increasing the cost of downtime and putting pressure on IT to ensure availability for key information systems.