Files by Google, which started out in 2017 as Files Go, has added gesture controls for its media player that lets users adjust brightness and volume by swiping upwards or downwards on the display.
A new app Tap, Tap brings the double-tap on the back gesture as seen on iPhones in iOS 14 to all Android 7.0+ devices. The app is completely free to use and lets users stack actions as well.
Android Wear will receive an update in the coming weeks that will bring new features to all devices. But, the Huawei Watch and Asus ZenWatch 2 will finally have their dormant speakers activated.
Although Logbar achieved more than three times their original Kickstarter goal, the Ring they promised would allow us to "control anything" doesn't appear to be able to control anything.
What I thought would be an electronics board with LED control and perhaps FM functionality, unraveled into a world which included Bluetooth, WiFi, displays and controllers as well as advanced robotics
Making use of motion-sensing technology to interact with your computer is at least refreshing, if not magical. Leap Motion touts its controller as a new paradigm in human input devices...
Is DirecTV looking to integrate Kinect into their set-top boxes? Based on a recent survey of customers, it appears that may be the case.
Apple Computer has applied for a patent on several methods of applying gestures to touch-sensitive input devices, possibly implying a touchpad- or touchscreen-enabled product is in the company's future. The company's...
The Messenger:Mate Gesture Player is free software that allows any AIM user with a compatible version to see, hear and use M:M Gestures. The M:M Gesture player is a feature limited version of Gesture functionality...