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cursor

[kur′sər]
a moving marker or pointer on a computer monitor that indicates a position.

cursor,

n the pointer on a PC monitor or other display that indicates where the next character will be entered.
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Comet Systems is the only company offering such a cursor tool for Websites and expects that -- because CometZone is so easy to use - "cursorizing" one's home page will soon become a standard design element for any new Website, along with page counters and guest books.
To view the Virtual Vineyards cursor campaign, users must already have installed the Comet Cursor.
The user's cursor will change into a pointing Yahoo
Universal Studios Online has developed several different areas on each site where the cursor is featured.
News Corporation's Kesmai Signs License to Use Cursor Technology
We believe the Comet Cursor will revolutionize the browser interface and change the way people interact with their computers as they surf the Web, and Comedy Central is a perfect place to start.
Beyond its utility for sketching, we believe the 3D cursor has applications in a wide range of fields, such as architectural design, medical imaging and of course computer games.
The system is able to make adjustments on the fly when while guiding the cursor to a target, just as a hand and eye would work in tandem to move a mouse-cursor onto an icon on a computer desktop.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- AdTech -- Comet Systems ushered in the future of Internet advertising today by announcing that its patent-pending Comet Cursor technology is the centerpiece of a groundbreaking online advertising campaign.
a manufacturer and global distributor of industrial keyboards, joysticks and trackballs have formed a strategic technology and marketing alliance to leverage their expertise in mouse and cursor control applications.
fans will now be able to watch their cursors change into logos of their favorite programs and animated characters.