Touch screens are a natural for hands-on consumers

Consumers have adapted quickly to touch-screen devices because the technology involves a behavior that's natural and intuitive, scientists say. Companies are moving to meet the increasing demand with cutting-edge devices, including RIM, which has released a touch-screen BlackBerry, and Amazon, which is developing a Kindle with a nonglare touch screen, The New York Times reports.

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