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Skinput is a new concept that uses your forearm as an audio-based input device for a PC, cellphone or music player.
You probably never thought that your scanner could be "social," able to automatically upload documents to the likes of Flickr, Google Docs, Twitter, Evernote...
Israeli startup PrimeSense provided the technology for Microsoft's Project Natal game control system, the companies said Wednesday.
Free Synergy program is easier to use than a KVM switch, and the utility runs on all Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
If this technology is going to take off, vendors need to work together on a key issue, and soon.
Touch your arm to continue: A Carnegie Mellon University-Microsoft partnership produces "Skinput," an input method prototype that turns your skin into a touchscreen of sorts.
Ignore sites that nag to press the Help key, says zero-day bug advisory.
A tripod may not seem like the most high-tech photo accessory when compared to the fancy lenses, flash systems, and other electronic gizmos that you can add to...
Wacom has introduced a new version of its Cintiq 21UX, a redesigned update of its interactive pen display. It features enhanced pen performance and improved...
DIY hack puts mouse innards on the outside of a glove, allowing you to mouse around without a mouse.
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