Lesser-Known 3D Touch Features: Peek and Pop Safari Tabs, Keyboard Trackpad, and More [MacRumors]

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The launch of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus brought a new range of gestures to the iPhone, introducing 3D Touch. 3D Touch adds a pressure dimension to the traditional multi-touch controls on iOS devices to enable Peek and Pop, Quick Actions, pressure-sensitive drawing, and more. Because 3D Touch is an entirely new feature, it […]


The military is building an implant for controlling machines with your mind [The Next Web]

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Today, the US military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced a program that aims to build an implantable neural device that would allow the human brain to communicate directly with a computer. Roughly the size of a sugar cube, this device would attempt to achieve real-time communication between the brain and computer by using […]


Why user experience will fail as a department [Tech In Asia]

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Photo credit: Fouquier ॐ According to the definition by the Nielsen Norman Group, a leading voice in the user experience field, user experience is all aspects of the end-users’ interaction with the company — its services and its products. The overall user experience encompasses more than just the user interface, thus having a team of user experience […]

Five ways businesses need to rethink UX in 2016

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How can businesses keep pace with customer expectations of their online experiences? In today’s technology-driven world, the task of keeping customers happy is a constantly moving target. Not least because customer expectations of their digital interactions with a business are continually evolving. Therefore, keeping pace with the changing expectations that customers have of their online […]


Playing around with BMW’s 7 Series gesture control user interface [Ars Technica]

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Change the volume and answer the phone Minority Report-style.   Watch this video on The Scene. LAS VEGAS—Yesterday, we showed you Dragon Drive, the voice-activation system that’s now included in BMW’s 7 Series. That’s not the only advanced user interface that the Munich-based car maker has included in its technology-laden sedan—it also features gesture control. BMW’s […]

hopTo announces MAX-IE – the first native mobile user experience for Microsoft® Internet Explorer®

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hopTo Inc., developer and provider of the most comprehensive mobile productivity platform is unveiling MAX-IE, the first native mobile app experience for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer®.  This exciting breakthrough capability will allow enterprises to instantly mobilize and provide a native mobile experience for Internet Explorer® based web applications, including applications that employ Java, Adobe Flash, or […]