Zack Whittaker of Znet writes: "Back in the days when computing use was innocent; we'd use our hands to communicate via devices called "keyboards" and "mice" to make the computer do something. Now with the new wave of technology striking us at our very core being, touch-screen technology is taking off like Obama's Blackberry craze.
Computing, for me, has taken a step backwards. I don't know why anyone would want to interact with a screen with their hands. No matter how smart the technology, the oils on our fingers will grease up the screen like a tabletop in a dingy highway diner. We'll have errors, flaws, glitches, graphics issues, slowed down processors - it'll be a nightmare."