Microsoft is developing touchscreen tech that could anticipate actions
Qeexo's FingerAngle allows for the pitch and yaw of a screen interface to shift with a simple flick, knuckle tap, or tilt of a finger
Microsoft camera can track you anywhere, the WSJ to launch a social network and Steven Levitt compares marketers to the Gestapo.
Qeexo’s FingerSense listens to how you touch the screen, enabling different functions for using a fingertip, knuckle, or nail.
ASETNIOP is a concept keyboard replacement method that uses just 10 keys and forms other letters and characters by hitting two or more keys at once.
Disney Research’s 'Revel' technology can manipulate different tactile experiences and give surfaces a new texture through electric signals.
City24x7 is installing 250 32-inch displays that would allow people to make Skype calls and act as Wi-Fi hot spots as part of a pilot program.
A new product features conductive thread that could be sewn into gloves and mittens to make them smartphone/tablet friendly.
Georgia Tech researchers create a prototype for touch-screen mobile devices that can enable users to text without looking at their screens.
Artist Bili Bodjocka collects handwriting from around the world as to remember it in the face of its declining use.
The i(Pawn) video game marries physical and virtual interfaces.