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Panasonic uses human touch to transfer data

In an age when digital information can fly around the connected networks of the world in the blink of an eye, it may seem a little old timey to consider delivering messages by hand. But that's precisely what Panasonic is doing at CEATEC this week. The company is demonstrating a prototype communication system where data from one person to another through touch... Continue Reading Panasonic
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