Thursday, 6 September 2012 01:43:42 BSTRead More
It seems likely that Amazon will be announcing at least two Kindle Fire tablets this month, although the latest sources quoted by CNET, suggest that they will both harness a seven inch touch panel display, rather than opting for anything larger.
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 22:26:16 BSTRead More
The Kindle Fire 2 is still not officially launched, but industry rumours suggest that Amazon's next tablet will pack a bigger screen than the seven inch touch panel found on the original.
Touch panel Amazon Kindle arrives
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 22:23:33 GMTRead More
Amazon has launched a new eBook Reader called the Kindle Touch, which features the same E-Ink technology which has made its predecessors a success, but now allows for finger-friendly interaction via its display.
Amazon ups touch panel orders ahead of tablet launch
Thursday, 14 July 2011 03:56:04 BSTRead More
Online retail giant Amazon is gearing up to sell around 1.2 million tablet devices in the third financial quarter of 2011 according to reports, which will see its demand for touch panels from Taiwanese manufacturing partners soar.
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.
24 April 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is currently in development and under wraps, but various rumours circulating this month, suggest that it could still be the first handset to feature a flexible touch panel display.
18 April 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 range is currently in development and rumours reported by TechBlog, suggest that it will be available with either an 8.0 inch or 10.1 inch 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.