Apple Cleans Up Ahead Of Gesture-laden Apple Tablet Release

Posted: Jan 12 2010, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:01am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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CES 2010 is winding down as a hot topic, making room for Apple Tablet rumors leading up to the anticipated announcement at the end of the month.
Based on the latest Apple Tablet rumors it is very likely that the new Apple Tablet will be a Gesture-laden device that requires users to learn a whole new language with their fingers.
Last week a rumor appeared that said the Apple Tablet would be hard to learn. I made fun of this rumor a bit, but it could actually be very true as it was followed by another rumor that said that Apple is working on a gesture interface for iWorks.

MacRumors now reports that the Fingerworks site has been wiped. Apple bought the gesture pioneers 5 years ago and just now they wipe their site. Coincident? Most likely not. It is safe to assume that the Apple Tablet will have much of the Fingerworks DNA inside.
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