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Google Joins Group Behind Open Stylus Standard

Google this week added its name to a growing number of companies that support an open active stylus standard. It officially joined the Universal Stylus Initiative along with 3M Lattice Semiconductor, Maxeye Smart Technologies, MyScript, and Tactual Labs. The USI, which released its first specification last year, says it now has more than 30 member-contributors. The organization was formed in 2015 for the express purpose of developing and promoting an open industry specification for an active stylus.
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