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HP Goes 3D with Touchscreen PC, Monitor

The Touchsmart 620 3D is designed to let users "create and consume" 3D, while $299 2311gt is offered as a 3D monitor for the masses.

Microsoft Video Predicts Dazzling Technology Future

It's hard to imagine the average person shelling out the kind of cash it would take to buy super smart appliances, the latest intelligent car, or an range of interactive computing devices.

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Apple Patents New Multitouch, 3-D Gestures

The innovation could support a gesture-based video editing toolbar for the iPad, previously the stuff of science fiction.

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OmniTouch Turns Everything Into a Touchscreen

From table tops to the tips of your shoes, Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University want you to be able to touch them all.

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Microsoft PocketTouch Lets You Use Your Phone Through Fabric

Microsoft says its prototype allows people to perform multitouch gestures on their smartphone while it's still in their pocket.

Intel Pushes the Swivel Tablet

The chipmaker goes a step beyond the slab tablet with its Ultrabook campaign, but the concept has both history and existing competition.

Sony Cyber-shot TX55: The Reinvention of Digital Zoom?

The superslim TX55 offers a new take on digital zoom, using an in-camera pixel-matching database that purportedly retains image sharpness and resolution.

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Casio Tryx: A Genre-Straddling Camera

The shape-shifting Tryx offers good overall performance. It's a hard gadget to classify, but it works best when you use its form-twisting capability, due to awkward ergonomics when employing it as you would a normal camera.

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How to Clean Your Smartphone

Keeping your phone clean can prolong its life--follow these tips to keep it looking and performing like new.

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Samsung SH100: Brilliant In-Camera Features for a Bargain Price

With an array of wireless sharing and remote-control options, the Samsung SH100 has a very generous feature set for a $200 camera. But it's mainly for young, casual shooters, due to its toylike build and lack of manual controls.

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