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OS X Lion is Apple’s next-gen operating system, and all signs point to it landing in the next few days. So what’s it bringing to the party? Well, gesture controls, better apps compatibility, a new way of keeping track of everything running on your Mac, and more.

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windows 7 meets microsoft kinectA mashup of Kinect and Windows 7 is currently underway at Evoluce, a leading surface technology firm. The team successfully demonstrated Windows 7 applications being controlled via Microsoft’s Kinect.

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Apple TabletiPhone OS updates have been thin on the ground over the past few months and the Apple Tablet’s to blame, according to new rumours. Could there be too many clues in the code?

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Got a Nokia 5800? Then you can get multitouch. Sort of. The technology might be totally patented by Apple, but third party developers are still eager to get it working on other manufacturers’ hardware. the Nokia 5800 is the latest to allow multitouch input. See it in action after the break.

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This prototype notebook from gaming mavens Voodoo could well be the most powerful portable beast on the block. The folks from Laptop got some pre-CES time with the Firefly, a 17-inch, 13-pound monster with a 4.3-inch secondary screen and multi-touch trackpad.

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Fresh from Korea, this tasty tip-off has our minds racing: It seems LG, the company responsible for the iMac’s existing screen, has a multi-touch version ready to go.

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Apple may have been the first company to offer multi-touch technology on a notebook, but it’s certainly not the last. HP has just announced that its debut multi-touch device, the TouchSmart tx2, will go on sale in January 2009 – and it uses a full-screen touch display.

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BlackBerry Storm has multi-touch as well as copy and pasteiPhone owners, prepare to turn emerald with envy. Documents have been unearthed showing the BlackBerry Storm’s copy and paste function. Not only is it simple and effective, but it uses multi-touch too.

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