I want a new phone; what kind should I get?
the voyager with verizon has a touch screen and a regular qwerty keyboard, samsung glide, motorola krave, or even the blitz they all have qwerty and all are touch screen except for the blitz
What is the best digital camera?
i have a sony dsc n2 and i love it,it has 10.1 megs,does video and the resoloution is top notch,it will run you about $350-$400, oh and it has a touch screen for the controls,everyone who sees it loves it
Is it Safe to Laminate touch screen mobile phone ?
hey. Better idea.purchase a screen ward. Well there's no screen ward manufactured for galaxy fit. Bt there r screen wards of corbys.both screens r almost same , both r capacitive.and it comes around 50-100 rs and perfect for capacitive touch screens. And lamination has no side effects bt a screen ward is better.
What's the difference between PSP and NDS?
There are a lot of differences, really. Here goes Nintendo DS: two screens, top and bottom. Top is a normal screen, bottom is a touch screen. Games are obviously mostly Nintendo, uses cartridges instead of discs, is most popular, and depending on which model you get, is cheaper (There's the original DS which tends to break more, the DS Light which is brighter, smaller, and less apt to break, the DSi which has 2 cameras on it and can download games and stuff, the DSi XL, which is just a bigger DSi, and in March there will be the 3DS, which is, believe it or not, a DS that has 3D, but without glasses and it has more cameras so you can take 3D pictures, and an analog pad, which the other DS's did not have) Also, the DS has a wider variety of classic games than the PSP (Mario Kart, Mario Party, Pokemon, Guitar Hero, etc. And Pokemon is not really all that casual) PSP: one screen, more expensive when compared to older DS's, Games are on discs. It has an analog stick and the graphics are a tad better. Games are obviously Sony games, so you will find games such as Little Big Planet and other classic Playstation games on it. I am pretty sure that there are more features, but I do not have one, so I can not go that in depth Similarities: They are handheld gaming consoles, and they both have buttons and at least one screen. My opinion: I like the DS, the games are better, if you ask me. Nothing's really convinced me yet to buy a PSP, especially with the 3DS on the brink of being released.
my phone has a sensor.. what is it for?
if it has a touch screen...it could be to know when you are touching the screen. otherwise i have no idea
Alternatives to tooltips in tablets?
You have not gotten a satisfying answer because there is no satisfying answer. You are trying to make an application built with desktops in mind work well on a touch screen without changing your basic design, which is not possible.On a desktop, you have multiple ways to trigger actions on something (click and mouse over), while on a touch screen you (basically) only have one--tapping. There is no way around this limitation. If you must use the same design for both platforms, you should start by creating a good design for touch screens, and then adapting it to desktop. This will be much easier, because the touch screen interface is the more restrictive of the two. Most touch screen interfaces can simply be used on a desktop without modification (even if they are not ideal for the environment). Right now, you are trying the reverse, and this is bound to have unsatisfying results.Besides the mouse-over problem, your design has other potential problems on touch, like controls that will be too small to use.Given that a calendar is one of the basic apps available on every single touch screen device, you should really just look at how these calendars work and emulate them. Not only will it save you from having to re-invent a solution to this problem, it will also result in a design that is more familiar to the user