The makers of the upcoming Leap motion sensing device claims that the hardware is so small, it could be built into laptops and that it is in talks with PC makers to do just that.
Microsoft's low end smartphone strategy needs a reboot
Hands On: Preview of HP's new $200 laptop
Nest Learning Thermostat: The Next Generation, review
HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini review
The latest table for Pinball FX2, Venom, reviewed
Microsoft's final "12 Days of Deals" 50% off Xbox Music subscription
Xbox Music Windows Phone
Leap Motion has announced plans to release a PC and Mac add-on motion sensing interface device that it claims is "200 times more accurate than anything else on the market."
Gizmodo has posted a leaked video of someone playing Half-Life 2 using Microsoft's Project Natal. It's not yet clear whether the video is authentic but seeing it in action, and actually working, is definitely a...