Touchscreen users not so happy with multi-touch magic

In a recent survey conducted by Canalys with more than 3,000
mobile phone users across France, Germany and the UK, 38% said a
finger-based touchscreen would be the preferred main user interface
on their next mobile phone, with a further 16% opting for a
stylus-based touchscreen, suggesting a continuing market shift
toward touch-centric devices. This bodes well for smart phone
vendors whose designs are focused on delivering a great experience
in this area and should prompt those lagging behind to reconsider
their strategies.