Parallels Access lets iPad owners use Mac and Windows apps, with interface tweaks to make the software better on a touchscreen device.
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Both the mobile processor and touchscreen chip markets are expected to double, or even triple, over the course of the next few years. Analysts and researchers are pointing towards the success of the iPhone and iPad.
With its native iPad app, Mint is bringing all of its best features to the touchscreen.
Long before the iPad came along HP was trying to make touch work better on Windows. Today HP announced new versions of its touchscreen all-in-one PCs and an update to its TouchSmart software.
IT researchers at the University of Technology, Sydney have developed a keyboard that lets users type faster on touchscreen devices like the iPad.
Researchers at the University of Technology, Sydney have developed a keyboard that lets users type faster on touchscreen devices like the iPad.
Yesterday at DevCon 2010, Research in Motion (RIM) unveiled a new "enterprise-ready" 7-inch touchscreen BlackBerry tablet called the PlayBook. Is this a serious business contender to Apple's iPad?
While Israel not be jumping on the iPad bandwagon just yet, other countries are quite pleased with Apple's tablet computer. And apparently, entire countries can be run from a 9-inch touchscreen.
More than 50 percent of PCs for the under-15 set will have touchscreen---think Apple iPad---but corporate adoption will be slow, according to research firm Gartner.
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