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Tactus touchscreen shows off bizarre pop-up physical buttons

A technology company has created a touchscreen display with dynamic pop-up buttons.

By June 7, 2012


Smartphone future tech: Where can we possibly go from here?

Think handsets have hit an innovative plateau? With a little imagination (and some wishful thinking), CNET explores what smartphones might look like in the not-so-distant future.

By May 20, 2014


10 most watched videos of 2013

From Apple iWatch rumors to legendary Prizefight battles and Top 5 lists, this video roundup represents some of your favorites of 2013.

By December 20, 2013


The iPhone 5S rumor roundup

It's inevitable...but when will it happen? The rumor roundup for Apple's next iPhone starts now.

By September 5, 2013


Apple's cheaper and not so cheap iPhone explained (FAQ)

The release date of a cheaper iPhone and of the iPhone 5S is all but certain. So what's the big deal? And a champagne color? Really?! CNET explains.

By August 20, 2013


Tactus touch screen sprouts keys and buttons

Silicon Valley start-up's touch screen grows 3D buttons and knobs where and when you want them, promising the best of real and virtual controls.

By June 18, 2011


Image leaks of lower-cost iPhone with plastic case

The alleged image shows a white iPhone with a plastic backing, following earlier reports that Apple might try to sell a cheaper handset without the aluminum finish in its previous devices.

By April 18, 2013


'Budget' iPhone casing supposedly snapped in plasticky pic

An image that purportedly portrays a part of the new iPhone has surfaced online.

By April 19, 2013


Keyboard bubbles up from touch screen on demand

When it comes to typing on mobile devices, most of us grin and bear it. We correct the typos, we laugh at the autocorrections, but let's face it -- we're frustrated. Would a physical keyboard ease our pain? CNET's Sumi Das tries out a new user interface from Tactus Technology.

By February 13, 2013


A keyboard that rises up from flat touch screens

A startup creates a physical keyboard for touch-screen devices, like smartphones or tablets, that appears when you need to type and disappears when you're done. CNET's Sumi Das tries it out.

By February 13, 2013