And an MM500 mouse pad thrown in for good measure. What's not to like?
An update on the Dark Core, can it pass muster at £100 when equipped with Slipstream technology and greater focus on RGB? We find out.
Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Targets older browsers.
MIT Licence so it can live on.
Omni-Tool the logical next step.
Eight inches the cut-off point.
Boot-to-desktop is just the start, it seems.
No return to a classic UI planned, sadly.
Microsoft Research has offered a glimpse of its successor to Bob: HomeOS.
Mike Bibik, former Microsoft employee, has launched a site in the hopes of getting Windows 8 changed.
A Cambridge firm claims to have developed a way to bring the joys of touch to old 'phones.
Nokia has previewed a next-generation user interface for its Symbian mobile platform, to be voted on by the Symbian Foundation ahead of the next major release.
HP has pulled the covers off a customised version of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution for its Mini 1000 netbook, dubbed Mini Mi - and it's pretty snazzy.
Attendees of the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference were treated to a preview of the new user interface functionality destined for Windows 7.
Aza Raskin has released a video detailing his vision for the user interface to be used with the mobile release of the popular Firefox web browser - and it's pretty darn snazzy.
Bill Gates demonstrated a wall-size multi-touch interface remarkably similar to Cubit at the 2008 Microsoft CEO Summit, based around infra-red lasers and a tracking camera.
Media streaming software TVersity is due to receive a brand-spanking new user interface thanks to a deal with design company Trifold Designs, and it's already looking pretty snazzy.
April 7 2020 | 14:00
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