Microsoft announces haptics technologies for desktop computing, but market looks to mobile

Microsoft recently announced two new haptic user interface technologies. First, Microsoft Applied Sciences demonstrated a "see-through desktop," which contains a Samsung transparent organic light-emitting diode (OLED, see the report "Sorting Hype From Reality in Printed, Organic, and Flexible Dis...

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