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Analysis: Apple may be testing touch input again; here's what we'd like to know.
In 1991 Xerox PARC shared a vision of the future and 'ubiquitous computing' that resembles today's digital trends dominated by tablet devices and smartphones.
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab are working on a conference room-sized table that can display images and text, allow multiple uses to input data and also record and playback the collaboration.
A China-based company says it will sell an iPad accessory that can turn the tablet into a clamshell netbook with a keyboard and battery pack.
Microsoft's keyboard concept attempts to combine the flexibility of a touchscreen with a hardware keyboard.