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Intel's just announced the Creative Senz3D Peripheral Camera at the company's Computex keynote in Taipei. The camera lets users manipulate objects on the screen using gestures and is able to completely eliminate the background. It appears to be an evolution of the Creative Interactive Gesture Came

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While we already know that Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 will offer a quad-core variant, incorporate LTE and use a 28nm manufacturing process, the company posted an article to its media blog ahead of Mobile World Congress showcasing the new features provided by the chipset's Image Signal Processor. You'

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An Apple patent for a \"3D imaging and display system\" staggers out into daylight after seven years buried in the USPTO. Its eyes steadily adjust to the brightness of a Kinect-dominated world and its heart sinks. But then a random guy approaches and says, \"Hey little patent, what's wrong?\" \"I'm

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It seems like everyone is cooking up their own touch-free gesture-based control technology, just like every blogger is destined to refer to it as \"Minority Report-like\" or \"Minority Report-esque,\" or \"Tom Cruise-tastic!\" Fraunhofer's FIT, the newest such project, has recently appeared on the YouTub

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We're not sure what Fujitsu is thinking here, but it has to stop. Get a load of its motion control interface running on a 15.6-inch laptop. Yes, a 15-inch laptop. We might be able to understand this if it was plugged into a big flat panel television or projector, but trying to manipulate those itty

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We know the coverage from Microsoft's Mobius got many mobile fans a little hot under the collar, well we're about to blow the doors off that. The guys over at Engadget have gotten their mitts on some screenies and details on device interaction from what may be Windows Mobile 7. Hit the read link to

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Not all the big news is coming out of CES today: thanks to Nathan Weinberg's InsideMicrosoft blog, we were able to check out a purported internal document detailing the revolutionary new input methods planned for Windows Mobile 7 as well as a ton of supposed screenshots. If this information is, i

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