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Business as Usual

Nanea Kalani, editor

Work made easier with new keyboard

Family members, friends, acquaintances, and employees are able to communicate instantly with one another through various means with pocket technology, including devices such as cell phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). Although compact devices are convenient to carry, their small size has a big disadvantage: they are too small to incorporate a full keyboard. [More]

 

Canesta Electronics Company has produced a light-projected keyboard with
new infrared technology, allowing
users to convert any flat surface into
a full-size keyboard, eliminating having
to lug numerous gadgets around when
working on the move.

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Anti-theft tracking software produces stealth signal

Laptops are easy targets for thieves; they’re lightweight, free of wires and plugs, and, because they’re highly mobile, can be found just about anywhere they can be used, from inside of a car to on the beach in Waikiki. [More]

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