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BumpTop, a multi-touch OS skin maker acquired by Google, offers users a unique touch-driven operating system experience. Its rumored that the skin will play a critical role in the upcoming Chrome OS from Google.  (Source: BumpTop via YouTube)

BumpTop offers touch cropping; handy for both vacation photos -- and photos with your ex in them.  (Source: BumpTop via YouTube)
Acquisition could make for exciting advances in the tablet/netbook realm





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Using It
By Sazabi19 on 5/3/2010 2:56:33 PM , Rating: 2
I'm using it right now on my work computer (I'm a tech, i can say im trying it out :P)and its actually pretty fun. I like how u can hide icons and stuff on your "desktop" on the back wall or 1 of the other sides where the desktop doesnt natively show. Throwing the icons is cool as well and sticking them anywhere you want. If you wanted to try it you have to get it before May 7th when they stop letting anyone download it (Win XP, Vista, 7, and Mac OS X). It's worth a try, i'm having fun with it right now. Takes literally about 3 mins for it to load, also doesnt seem to like ctrl+alt+del on windows machines.




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