RIM is planning to introduce a touch-screen answer to Apple's iPhone with a new BlackBerry planned for the third quarter, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The border around the picture can be touched with a finger to scroll through digital photos.
Iotek uses it as a combination lock.
The Finnish giant had filed patent documents for such phones dating back to May 2006.
Florida decides this week to dump touch-screen voting machines.
Ivyskins' Xylo claims to send ultrasonic waves from fingertips.
While its imaging features are nothing to brag about, the T850's iPhone-like capabilities stand out from the competition.
Video games that bring you into their realm are more fun than those that let sit lazily.
Why have one screen when you can have two? That seems to be the reasoning behind the KF600's design.
It has a "soft touch" rubber tip.