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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Targets older browsers.
MIT Licence so it can live on.
Omni-Tool the logical next step.
Eight inches the cut-off point.
Boot-to-desktop is just the start, it seems.
No return to a classic UI planned, sadly.
Microsoft Research has offered a glimpse of its successor to Bob: HomeOS.
Mike Bibik, former Microsoft employee, has launched a site in the hopes of getting Windows 8 changed.
A Cambridge firm claims to have developed a way to bring the joys of touch to old 'phones.
Nokia has previewed a next-generation user interface for its Symbian mobile platform, to be voted on by the Symbian Foundation ahead of the next major release.
HP has pulled the covers off a customised version of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution for its Mini 1000 netbook, dubbed Mini Mi - and it's pretty snazzy.
Attendees of the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference were treated to a preview of the new user interface functionality destined for Windows 7.
Aza Raskin has released a video detailing his vision for the user interface to be used with the mobile release of the popular Firefox web browser - and it's pretty darn snazzy.
Bill Gates demonstrated a wall-size multi-touch interface remarkably similar to Cubit at the 2008 Microsoft CEO Summit, based around infra-red lasers and a tracking camera.
Media streaming software TVersity is due to receive a brand-spanking new user interface thanks to a deal with design company Trifold Designs, and it's already looking pretty snazzy.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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