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Najmtek is a technology start-up, created in 2014, client company of the Houston Technology Center. By commercializing the virtualization of technical hardware and external devices into software applications, Najmtek designs the future of mobile computing while being responsible custodians of the planet. Najmtek has created a powerfully dynamic hardware and software tool, named the UBook, a universal notebook, which delivers a more advanced set of functionalities. Ubook is the premier innovative hybrid IT device of 2016, Top 50 in technology 2016: the first multi-touch, multi-language, multi-accessory and multi-function laptop. Ubook is all-in-one, intuitive and fully customizable. Ubook perfectly fits all your communication and device input needs, regardless of language, and it even supports the special requirements of the disabled user. Ubook is a single machine infinitely transformable with a single touch, streamlining the way we live and work. Najmtek changes the way users interact with their technology as they participate in and contribute to the world. The only limitation is the user’s imagination.

Another day made of glass…

The future of touchscreens was imagined by Corning, a few years ago, comes back!

More than 17 million people loved Corning’s original ‘A Day Made of Glass‘ online video for the insight that it gave into what could be possible with touch screens of the future. Today the company, supplier of the Gorrilla Glass for iPad is hoping to emulate this success with ‘A Day Made of Glass 2: Unpacked‘.

This new video tells us the story of Amy and her family on their everyday life, interaction the full day long with a huge variety of different touch systems:  from community activity tables in the classroom to touch-sensitive glass walls in a hospital.

Corning which is more talking about its vision of the future with touch, also talks about what is possible currently and what is not – yet! So let’s work on what we can improve in the future for a better life !


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