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My travels in recent months have been a great opportunity to observe technology adoption across countries and cultures. Not surprisingly, mobile phones are nearly ubiquitous, even if their modes of use are not. Europeans are more likely to use their mobile with thumbs blazing, text messaging more than talking. Americans, on the other hand, are primarily talkers.

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Among the first applications of ElekTex was a rolled-up cloth keyboard for PDAs. The fabric is printed with an alphanumeric keyboard, but with another software interface, the same fabric can act as a digital drawing pad.

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