OrbiTouch keyboard: Removing the barriers of autism
Autism can build a wall of poor communication between those struggling with the condition and their families. While a personal computer can help bridge the divide, the distraction and complexity of a keyboard ...
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Review: Dazzling Palm software beats the iPhone
(AP) -- Move over, iPhone. You've had two years on top of the smart phone world. Now there's a touch-screen phone with better software: the Palm Pre.
Microsoft unveils motion control for Xbox 360
(AP) -- Gamers, get ready for your close-up.
Apple iPhone to Receive Some Upgrades
LG claims world's thinnest LCD-TV panel
South Korea's LG Display said it has developed a liquid crystal display (LCD) television panel that is thinner than a pencil, describing it as the world's slimmest.
Xerox looks to make color printing more affordable
(AP) -- The economics of color printing in big offices are simple: A page of black and white costs about 2 cents per page, while color runs about 8 cents.
Amazon unveils large-screen Kindle DX
Online retail giant Amazon.com unveiled a large-screen version of its popular Kindle electronic reader on Wednesday designed for newspapers, magazines and textbooks.
Amazon expected to lift wraps on large-screen Kindle
Amazon.com is widely expected to lift the wraps on a new large-screen Kindle device this week, which could be the first in a line of electronic reading devices geared toward newspapers and textbooks.
General Electric Develops a 500GB Optical Disc
Microsoft's Zune HD Leaked
Samsung NC310 Netbook Claims 11 Hour Battery Life
Review: How an iPod can be a poor man's iPhone
(AP) -- I try to keep a stiff upper lip about not having an iPhone. Just couldn't afford it - not with the $75 a month or so AT&T charges for service on top of the $199 upfront cost for the device.