Apple's Patent For Object-Recognizing Touchscreen iMacs
Mar 25, 2010 13:04
Apple is on the patent high again, with a touchscreen iMac that recognizes shape detecting input device. The patent, originally filed in 2004, was for a soft key to be help up to the screen of the iMac, a touchscreen one. Basically it would be used to turn it on and off. Apple refilling this patent could only suggests that its something they'll be exploring in the newer macs.
Apple's new headquarters is taking shape already and it looks just like how it does in the drawings. And even more so awesome, actually. The footage was filmed using a DJI Inspire 1 and it gives a unique perspective, providing a month-to-month update. Check out the video below: Read more
Google has finally released its simple yet colourful new logo on 1st September 2015. The logo was designed by the designers working at Google, in NYC. Google's first logo was created by Sergey Brin using GIMP. Read more