Microsoft is developing new 3D touch and gesture support for Windows Phone, taking touch sensitivity beyond the display. This feature will launch exclusively on its upcoming Lumia flagship this year.
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Microsoft is developing a project using its Kinect sensor that would allow users to control Windows with motion gestures, in a move similar to the recently released Leap Motion device.
In a new blog post, Microsoft talks about how it has tried to improve input features in Windows 8, including the use of touch screen gestures for the Metro interface.
A new research project from Microsoft describes a technology capable of detecting gestures and hand movements without a high-precision camera. A microphone and a speaker are everything that's needed
According to Microsoft Kitchen, Jeremiah Whitaker, who is a freelance UX designer that's done some prototype work for the Windows Mobile 7 team, has posted some interesting mockups on his personal site (ascendesign) that seem...
Apple has quietly released their 2.4 update for the Apple TV, which brings some interesting and handy new functionality, providing you own an iPhone or iPod touch. Let's have a quick look and see what...
MyAppleGuide reports that Apple might have customizable 4-finger gestures planned for the upcoming Snow Leopard release. The interface discovered by MyAppleGuide would allow users of multi-touch capable Macs to define their own gestures. The unibody...
Microsoft is currently developing Windows Mobile 7, the first revolutionary change to its mobile device operating system. Recently, I was given a document by a source inside Microsoft that details the touch and gesture plans...