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Google launches touch features in latest Chrome beta build

Google launches touch features in latest Chrome beta build

By 5 August 2013

Google is beefing up its Chrome browser with several touch features, in the wake of more touch-screen based PCs flooding the market. In an update to the Canary build of Chrome, Google has added the ability to use your finger to slide left or right to... >>

Touchscreen keyboard UI hints at Chrome / Android mashup

Touchscreen keyboard UI hints at Chrome / Android mashup

By 29 March 2011

You may have read earlier on Pocket-lint that Chrome OS machines are not too far away now, and an interesting feature on the newest builds of Chromium (the open source platform upon which Chrome is built) hints at a couple of possible future twists for... >>

Sony VAIO J Series PC invites you to stroke it lovingly

Sony VAIO J Series PC invites you to stroke it lovingly

By 8 June 2010

Sony's VAIO series of PCs and laptops have certainly always been stylish, if not the highest specified, and the J Series is no exception. However, it also weighs in with the tech specs too. To start with, it has a 21.5-inch touchscreen, housed in a body... >>

BT to launch tablet for the home

BT to launch tablet for the home

By 14 May 2010

BT is to enter the ever expanding tablet market, but the firm's boss Ian Livingston is adamant that it isn't trying to compete with Apple and the iPad in any way. Instead, he sees BT's tablet as a communication tablet that will be more at home in the... >>

Multi-touch Dell Studio 17 and Inspiron One 19 announced

Multi-touch Dell Studio 17 and Inspiron One 19 announced

By 14 December 2009

Dell has announced new multi-touch devices with the launch of the Inspiron One 19 all-in-one desktop, rivalling HP's TouchSmart range and the Studio 17 multimedia laptop.   As most of you will know, a multi-touch interface means the PCs can handle multiple... >>


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