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Kids Using Phones or Tablets Before They Can Talk

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October 30, 2013
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Is Candy Crush the new Peek-A-Boo? Host Lisa D'Souza tells us what kids are learning to do before their very first words, according to a new study.


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Fingernail Display Seen as Handy Technology for Future Touch Screens

Fingernail Display Seen as Handy Technology for Future Touch Screens

Reuters (Mar. 18, 2013) — 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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Researcher Gives New Meaning to "Table Talk"

Researcher Gives New Meaning to "Table Talk"

Reuters (June 12, 2013) — Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an interactive touch interface that can be projected on to any flat surface. Called 'World Kit', the system is geared towards allowing users to interact with their environment in the same way they do their smart phones and tablets.
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Google Details New Android Wear Smartwatches at Its I/O Conference

Google Details New Android Wear Smartwatches at Its I/O Conference

TheStreet (June 25, 2014) — Google detailed its smartwatch operating system Android Wear at its I/O annual developer conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. The company said users' smartwatches running on Android Wear will operate as an extension of their phones. Users will be able to download apps directly to their phones in order to get them on their watches. Notifications on a user's watch can be dismissed by swiping the screen, which will also cause the notification to disappear from the user's phone. Google said the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are available to order in the U.S. now. The Motorola Moto 360 will be available later this summer. Video provided by TheStreet
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