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The natural human interface has been a huge theme at this year's CES.
Reactrix and Samsung showcase new interactive television technologies, which once shrunk into smaller form factors might make their way into your living room.
Chalk it up to Wii fever--Japanese companies are showing off products that users operate by making gestures or moving their fingers.
What is Del.icio.us? These guys know, and they're going to show you with paper puppets and a dry erase board.
Hand gesture videos with snazzy graphical interfaces are total geek candy. We can't get enough. This morning we got a peek at what Microsoft Research is up to with Microsoft Virtual Earth.
Prototype glove detects sign language gestures and translates them into audio.
Search giant shows off Android at its Google I/O conference, including its touch-screen interface and ability to shift a Street View as the user turns around.
Microsoft says the new technology, which is expected to arrive in late 2009, will work with existing touch screens.
The tube of the blogosphere inhabited by the Gillmor Gang has been caught in a loop of Twitter vs. FriendFeed blather. It's much ado about nothing.
Blackjack, Mahjong planned for iPhone AppStore