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Sharp & Frog Design Develop New Interface for Android *Video*

The Japanese electronics giant Sharp has teamed up with Frog Design Studio, to develop a new interface for Google’s mobile operating system Android. The result is the so-called “Feel UX”, the “easy to use, highly personalized and visually impressive,” interface. The new interface should be…

Chameleon: Changing the Face of Android for You

A new interface for Android tablets is on its way, assuming Kickstarter can get the money together to fund the project. So far it looks like the makers of Chameleon won’t have any trouble getting the $50,000 needed to fund the project. Half of that…

Open Source Tablet “Vivaldi” (Formely Spark) Delayed by a Month

The open source community has been very enthusiastic about the Spark Open Source tablet running KDE Plasma. The Spark tablet has gotten a name chance to Vivaldi and will be the first 7 inch tablet to ship with Mer Linux and KDE Plasma Active software…

Spark Open Source tablet developer Aaron Seigo on his KDE Plasma Device

The open source community has been very enthusiastic about the Spark Open Source tablet running KDE Plasma.  The Spark tablet will be the first 7 inch tablet to ship with Mer Linux and KDE Plasma Active software when it launches in May.
We got to…

Curious iOS and Android Users Can Demo Windows Phone On Their Devices

Microsoft has put together a nice little web app to demo Windows Phone in either an iOS or Android browser.

If you go to this link using your iOS/Android device, you can play around with the Windows Phone interface and step through some of the…

Get a Flavor of the Amazon Kindle Fire From Your Android Kindle App

I got a fun little surprise when I opened up my updated Kindle app on my Samsung Galaxy Tab today. The new UI looks very similar to how the Kindle Fire…’s main page will look like.
Here’s the old Android Kindle app UI:
Here’s

How Windows 8 is Improving Their UI for Touch Input

Windows 8 is being developed from the ground up to support both regular laptops as well as tablets. Therefore, having very good touch response is important. So far, older versions of Windows have not offered touch-friendly interfaces — buttons and many other UI elements were…