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Microsoft buying 3D gesture recognition company?–Update: Confirmed.
The New York Times reports on a rumour that Microsoft may be looking to acquire Canesta, a company which for the last 11 years have been develops chips which allow Kinect-type gesture detection at a low price and with minimal equi...
Touch-free UI demoed on Symbian phone, may come to Windows Phone eventually
eyeSight Mobile Technologies, a developer of Hand Gesture Interface solutions for mobile phones and consumer electronics devices, announced the successful launch of a unique new application which allows users to control a mobile p...
MWC: Reminder â€“ Microsoft Barcelona news conference to be live streamed today
Most of our readers probably do not need to be reminded, but for the few who have not been paying attention to the huge run up towards todayâ€™s event, remember that you can see a live stream of Microsoftâ€™s press confe...
Windows Mobile 7 screen shots from 2006 leaked, HTC Universal could run it after all
Pocketnow have published some pictures claimed to be from taken from a Windows Mobile 7 emulator image. The image dates to around 2006, and likely bears little resemblance to what we can expect to see in two days time. While...