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Fingernail Display Seen as Handy Technology for Future Touch Screens

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March 18, 2013
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Researchers in Taiwan are developing a remote control system that will turn finger-nails into mini-display screens. Using wirelessly-enabled, lite emitting diodes, the team says the technology could revolutionize the way we control and use devices such as smart phones and tablets.


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