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Feel a keyboard on your touchscreen soon
Feel a keyboard on your touchscreen soon

What if the touchscreen of your smartphone or tablet could touch you back? It does happen, researchers report.

New research allows for shatterproof smartphone screens

Researchers have developed a transparent electrode that paves the way for shatterproof smartphone touchscreens.

Touchscreens replacing toys as kids` favourite play things

A new survey suggests that kids nowadays play with touchscreens more than toys.

New wearable device turns your palm into touch screen

A new gesture-based wearable transmitter that turns your palm into a touch interface has been developed by an Indian IT-start up.

Touch display projected on mist may soon replace physical screens

A Russian designer has developed a screen-free display made from mist and air.

Disney invents technology to `feel` texture of objects on touchscreen

Researchers at Disney`s Lab have reportedly invented a new technology, using which, people can `feel` the texture of objects displayed on a touchscreen through tiny vibrations.

Now, turn your desk into touchscreen with new tech

Scientists have developed a new technology that can enable you to turn almost any surface into a touchscreen with just a wave of your hand!

Touchscreen prototype with appearing and disappearing keys unveiled

A California based company has come up with a prototype Android tablet that has an appearing and disappearing haptic feedback user interface at a user’s command.

Soon, touchscreen that works inside your pockets too

Researchers have developed a prototype for a touchscreen that can allow its users to send text messages even when it is kept inside a jacket.

Apple working on universal touchscreen remote

A patent application published by the US Patent and Trademark Office Thursday showed that Apple is working on a universal touchscreen remote capable of controlling multiple devices.

‘Skinput’ can turn your arm into a touchscreen!

Annoyed with the tiny touchscreens on today’s mobile devices? Well, your forearm can now solve that problem by becoming a part of a skin-based interface that effectively turns your body into a touchscreen, say scientists.