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Publishers in the UK are looking to mobile phones and iPad-style devices to help transform their digital operations next year, saying emerging technologies were at the "heart of their business development plans".

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An Israeli startup has launched a system that aims to make mobile computing easier by letting users type on invisible keys instead of a keyboard that typically takes up much of the screen.

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The group behind Currys and PC World today said first quarter sales leapt 6% thanks to a World Cup boost for televisions and strong demand for Apple's iPad.

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