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Client, N-trig, Featured in Sunday’s “New York Times.”

Yesterday was a great day for me personally. After working back and forth for the last six months with The New York Times’ Michael Fitzgerald, a story featuring client, N-trig, appeared on page 3 of the Sunday business section. Read the piece...

N-trig’s DuoSense™ Digitizer Embedded in Intel’s New UrbanMax Mobile Computer

Client, N-trig, has announced  that Intel has selected its technology for integration in its new UrbanMax mobile computer. The UrbanMax is currently a concept platform and is being demonstrated at the Intel Developers Forum. See: http://blogs.intel.com/idf/ to learn more about the event. Read the news release...

N-trig Announces Availability of Multi-touch Gestures Software Development Kit

Client, N-trig, announced today that it is offering a software development kit (SDK) for multi-touch gestures to independent service vendors (ISVs) and industry partners.  With its revolutionary approach to Hands-on computing™, N-trig’s SDK can be downloaded on any tablet PC with DuoSense technology.  Download the press release here: Download...

Laptop Magazine” Gives N-trig’s Multi-Touch Technology Upgrade On Dell Latitude XT Positive Review

Laptop Magazine, the leading mobile-technology magazine, has just published a text and video review of N-trig’s DuoSense™ multi-touch technology on a Dell Latitude XT tablet PC. Yesterday, Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) announced the availability of the downloadable upgrade for previous buyers of this machine. The Dell release is available here. The review includes a thorough test of the upgraded machine along with demonstrations that sets N-trig’s multi-touch technology which you may read and view...

Dell Launches Multi-Touch Feature for Latitude XT Based on Client, N-trig’s Technology

Today, Dell Computer announced the industry’s first convertible tablet with multi-touch capabilities based on client, N-trig’s technology. Dell was one of the first major vendors to introduce capacitive touch and is now bringing multi-touch capabilities to the Latitude XT. The new capabilities include: Scroll – by placing two fingers on the screen and moving them horizontally or vertically customers can easily navigate in web browsers and productivity applications. Zoom – by touching the screen with two fingers and moving them together customers can zoom various content in and out, such as pictures or Web pages. Programmable double-tap – customers can program a command, such as launching a Web browser or turning the screen off to save power, that will respond to two taps with two...