Windows 7 multitouch catching developers' eyes; N-trig to demo touch apps

At a display conference in San Antonio, Texas, N-trig is showing off a variety of third-party software programs that take advantage of the multitouch features of Windows 7 (download). Among the applications N-trig is showing is a photo browser from FingerTapps and a multitouch 3D design program from SpaceClaim. Corel also said it will have multitouch-enabled […]

At a display conference in San Antonio, Texas, N-trig is showing off a variety of third-party software programs that take advantage of the multitouch features of Windows 7 (download). Among the applications N-trig is showing is a photo browser from FingerTapps and a multitouch 3D design program from SpaceClaim. Corel also said it will have multitouch-enabled programs later this year, but didn't give specifics. Meanwhile, Microsoft's hardware unit said it is also building support for Windows 7's new taskbar and thumbnail previews into its line of keyboards and mice. Microsoft said beta versions of the drivers for its products are available, with final versions set for release at the end of next month.

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