Input

11.26.15
Stretchable square of rubber doubles as a keyboard
11.26.15

Stretchable square of rubber doubles as a keyboard

Takes us a step closer to fetishwear you can type on.

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09.04.15
A survey of Apple's input innovations
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09.04.15

A survey of Apple's input innovations

From the Mighty Mouse to Force Touch, Apple continues to boost productivity by changing how you interact with its devices.

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03.05.15
After Swype, HTC taps China's TouchPal for new Android keyboard
03.05.15

After Swype, HTC taps China's TouchPal for new Android keyboard

Tech-savvy users may have already come across TouchPal when trying different keyboards on Android...

By R. Lai,   03.05.15
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09.25.13
Valve's Steam Machines beta hints at new controller
09.25.13

Valve's Steam Machines beta hints at new controller

With two of Valve's three big "living room" announcements already in the books, there's a chance th...

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03.25.13
Leaderboard: Clicking vs. keybinding
03.25.13

Leaderboard: Clicking vs. keybinding

Yes, today's Leaderboard is all about your MMO input habits, and we'd like to know whether you pr...

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01.08.13
Panasonic Electronic Touch Pen lets you scribble on your screen, we go hands on (video)
01.08.13

Panasonic Electronic Touch Pen lets you scribble on your screen, we go hands on (video)

You know what's wrong with most TVs? The fact that you can't draw on them, right? Well as we learn...

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11.18.12
Qeexo's FingerSense lets touchscreens listen, makes any object an input device (video)
11.18.12

Qeexo's FingerSense lets touchscreens listen, makes any object an input device (video)

While the humble touchscreen has become the standard interface for most smartphones, and capacitiv...

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10.17.12
Gertboard extender for Raspberry Pi ships to advanced tinkerers
10.17.12

Gertboard extender for Raspberry Pi ships to advanced tinkerers

If a seemingly infinitely programmable mini computer like the Raspberry Pi is just too... limiting...

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