Glass may be controlled by winks, pinches

Code discovered in a Google Glass app hints at gesture control, Nokia hasn't abandoned the keyboard, and the end is near for TweetDeck apps.

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If it isn't not odd enough to be wearing a computer on your face, how about controlling it with nods, blinks and air pinching? Some interesting phrasing of code in the MyGlass companion app seems to indicate the Google Glass headset will have gesture controls.

Also in this tech news roundup:

- What's bright, yellow and has keys all over? Nokia's next smartphone.

- The end is near for TweetDeck's desktop program and mobile apps. After May 7, the only way to use TweetDeck will be from the browser. Time to learn some alternative Twitter apps.

- The blog service Tumblr now is putting ads on mobile apps.

- Kick off a weekend of spring cleaning with the BrightNest app for iOS. No more excuses about forgetting to change that air filter.

- Yahoo puts the Summly program to use in its new Yahoo app for iOS.

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