Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:08:56 BSTRead More
A touch panel display with a high definition resolution is going to be a key feature of one of the first BlackBerry phones to run the new BB 10 operating system, according to an official announcement from manufacturer, Research in Motion.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012 14:01:20 BSTRead More
There are already a growing number of smartphones on the market, which feature native high definition resolutions. However, the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S, Sony Xperia S and HTC One X, are all limited to 1280x720 pixel counts, otherwise known as 720p.
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 23:22:47 GMTRead More
Sony is hard at work on its next generation of tablets to replace the current S and P models, which are available on the market at the moment.
Thursday, 1 March 2012 03:42:53 GMTRead More
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is notably absent from this week's MWC 2012 event in Barcelona, but the South Korean firm's next flagship Android smartphone is likely to get some serious attention when it emerges later in the year.
23 May 2013
A version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 device with a 10.1 inch touch panel display will apparently feature an Intel chip on the inside, rather than something based on ARM architecture, according to SamMobile.
20 May 2013
The Nokia Lumia 925, which has been codenamed the Catwalk during development, launched officially this week, although fans were given an early look at the device, courtesy of an image posted by EVLeaks.
02 May 2013
There has been much conjecture over the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in recent weeks, most of which pertains to the size of its touch panel display.
TPControl currently unavailable on the Apple App Store
Here at Touch Panel Control we strive to introduce new and exciting features for the TPControl product family.
Unfortunately in our latest Apple AppStore submission, we discovered an error would occur in the upgrade process which would potentially render using the existing TP4 design file impossible.
To prevent existing users experiencing this problem we have temporarily removed TPControl from the Apple AppStore.
A corrected version is now awaiting Apple approval. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused, but trust you will love the new features that will soon be available.