Curved OLED TVs arrive in America

New TVs by Samsung and LG show off curves, Gmail puts ads directly in the inbox, and the Leap Motion Controller offers a new way to use your PC.

CNET Update's got curves:

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In this episode of Update:

- Learn about OLED TVs now that Samsung and LG are selling their crazy expensive curved OLED TVs in the U.S. this week.

- Spot the disguised ads in your Gmail inbox if you have the new tab layout .

- Catch up on the latest leaked reports on the Moto X, which will be unveiled Aug. 1 .

- Gear up for Google's announcement on Wednesday , which might be about a new Nexus 7 tablet .

- Watch the Leap Motion Controller review before ditching your mouse for the $80 hand-gesture system.

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