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Previously sold only with select HP computers, the company's Leap Motion keyboard will be available to buy as a standalone keyboard later this June.
The gestures are designed to replace some more advanced keyboard shortcuts.
Microsoft Research has developed a prototype keyboard that understands basic gestures.
While Intel plans to integrate its RealSense cameras directly into laptops, Microsoft could work with what's already there.
The smartpen maker came to Macworld/iWorld to show off its Livescribe 3 smartpen and tout the third-party apps that now work with the smartpen.
Blue Microphones tells us about the latest audio accessories they've made for the Mac.
A powered-up Kinect for Windows sensor is coming. Surprise! It looks an awful lot like the Xbox One Kinect.
Fujitsu also showed a laptop with its PalmSecure palm-vein authentication built in at the Cebit trade show
Wacom's WILL will make it easier to capture handwriting or sketches, share them and recreate them on other platforms, Wacom said.
A tablet linked to a range of sensors and control devices allows the programming of simple home monitoring and automation scenarios.
If you've ever longed for a keyboard for your iPad mini or phone that's vaguely suggestive of a pasta shell, perhaps the TrewGrip is for you.
Leap Motion's finger-waggling tech is coming stock in a slew of HP desktops. Too bad the Leap Motion idea outshines the implementation.
Shikumi Design won $100,000 from Intel for its Kagura app, which could turn DJing into performance art.
Apple did not disclose how it would use the PrimeSense technology, which was used to power the Kinect motion sensing device in the original Xbox.
For PC gamers, at least, it looks like most of Windows 8.1's issues are now fixable--especially if you're comfortable with registry edits.