Touchscreens at Restaurants Pose an Especially Large Risk During Flu Season

January 25, 2020
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I don’t think I’m alone in my excitement for the touch screen soda-dispensers found in various restaurants. There are seemingly a million different choices of soda and types of Sprite that I can’t even find in the grocery store. I usually drink like three different types of soda whenever I go to a restaurant that […]

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Review: Innovative touchscreen laptops

January 9, 2014

It’s amazing how quickly technology advances. One minute you’re sat in front of a hefty computer playing Tetris and the next you’re walking through town while talking to your friends on Skype. New products are being introduced all the time and with everything from smartphones to iPads taking the world by storm, it’s no wonder […]

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Busted your iPhone screen – now what?

December 3, 2012

The first iPhone came out in 2007 and one of the most revolutionizing things about it was its big 3.5” touchscreen. Not long after that, most other mobile phone manufacturers started producing similar touchscreen devices, also with big screens. Now, such devices are all over the world, especially iPhones and Android-based smartphones. With so many […]

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All About Touchscreen Kiosks

June 29, 2012

Just about every ATM, self-checkout station in a supermarket, and control center in the world has something in common: touch screen technology. Touchscreen kiosks are a common part of the world today, and users are becoming more and more familiar with finding these all over the place. Almost all ATMs use a touchscreen monitor to […]

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Adonit Jot-ting: The Styluses 2nd Coming

June 22, 2012

Styluses for touch screen technology are by no stretch of the imagination a recent addition to the tech’ accessories market. But, with the unfathomable growth in touch screen technology (particularly Messrs iPhone, iPad and Samsung), the [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]Adonit Jot range[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]Adonit Jot range[/tp], has reached into the stylus market with both hands and seized the […]

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Getting The Most From Your EPOS Software With The Right Hardware

October 27, 2011

The introduction of EPOS software into the retail world has had a huge impact on the way companies do business.  The ability to track sales, identify badly performing lines, control stock levels and a host of other benefits, has greatly streamlined operations.  One area that EPOS software has benefitted both the retailer and the consumer […]

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HTC Flyer – an Android alternative to the iPad?

July 22, 2011

HTC is a company that has built a solid and enviable reputation over the smartphone industry.  Their research and development team has enabled them to release innovative handsets that are usually the first of their kind. This is no longer the case with the HTC Flyer as this is, in fact, their first Android tablet.  […]

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Dots Gloves For iPhone & Touch Screen: Order Update

October 16, 2009

A few weeks ago I blogged about the gloves from Dots Gloves that will allow you to control your capacitive touch screen device (such as iPhone, iPod Touch etc.) while still wearing gloves – really useful during winter and other cold periods, where you might not be too happy about walking around with bare hands […]

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