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Microsoft Working On A Universal Stylus, Works On Any Screen

Though tablets and smartphones have touch screen facility, but the screens of most of the notebooks and PC monitors are not made specifically for touch interfaces. But, that problem might go away in near future. There's a new report that some researchers of Microsoft are engaged in developing a new prototype stylus which would work on any screen…
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LG Optimus Vu Powered By Android, Officially Launched

Recently LG has just launched their latest smartphone name "LG Optimus Vu" and the company couldn't wait for Mobile World Congress. It is a big chance for LG to acquire most smartphone market and LG describes that - With Productivity in Mind, LG Demonstrates its LTE and Display Leadership with Device that Does, Well, Everything.
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Boogie Board Rip LCD Writing Table Now Available For Pre-Order

ImproveElectronics has just unveiled their latest LCD Writing Tablet at IFA 2011, the Boogie Board Rip and the concept behind Boogie Board’s writers is to replace paper notepads with environmentally-friendly eWriters. The devices actually use Kent Displays Reflex No Power LCDs, but until now the company’s LCD writing tablets were not able to saving…
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HTC Flyer Tablet Price Dropped Down

The HTC Flyer tablet with the device price dropped a couple hundred bucks. The HTC Flyer for just $299.99 in the US and £329 in the UK, where the original price was $499.99. The sleek well-made and stylus equipped Android tablet has experienced an overdue price cut.
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Crayola ColorStudio HD App For iPad

Griffin Technology has partnered with Crayola to create Crayola ColorStudio HD, an accessory and app combo that blends coloring with mobile technology and it pairs an iPad drawing app with iMarker, a marker-shaped digital stylus. iMarker safely interacts with iPad's MultiTouch display and allow the ColorStudio HD app to differentiate between the…
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Fujitsu Delayed Time Of Releasing For LIFEBOOK TH40/D

Fujitsu's just announced that it will postpone the release of the convertible TH40/D tablet the Windows 7 slide-out was originally slated for a late June debut in Japan. Unfortunately, the outfit's being rather tight-lipped when it comes to details, saying simply that the holdup is due to "development delays." We will keep you release the updare…
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