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Nod smart ring hands-on: Is gesture tech finally ready?

Nod smart ring hands-on: Is gesture tech finally ready?

Forget speaking to Siri, or winking at Google Glass; startup Nod Labs wants you to control your digital world with its gesture-responsive Nod smart ring, whether that be your TV, your wearable, your notebook, or your console. Effectively wrapping high-resolution movement sensors around your forefinger, Nod can track multi-finger gestures for everything from virtual keyboards through to gaming. We caught up with the Nod Labs team - which includes former designers and engineers from Apple, Google, Jawbone, and Samsung, among others - to find out more.

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Drone flies into active volcano and lives to show the video

Drone flies into active volcano and lives to show the video

There are all sorts of uses for drone aircraft in the civilian world. You can use them to shoot aerial footage of your home or business. I know several people that use drones to film cars at the racetrack. Typically, when people think of drones, they think of military or law enforcement use only. The strangest law enforcement drone we have seen is the stun-gun drone that can stun people into submission.

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Stabilizing camera mount targets silk-smooth shooting

Stabilizing camera mount targets silk-smooth shooting

Sending GoPro and other rugged cameras into unusual places isn't new, but if you want to dispatch your DSLR or even your RED EPIC up in the air then that requires something more unusual. That's just what the Canadian team from Aerial Photo Image has come up with, an electronically-stabilized 3-axis camera gimbal capable of ridiculously smooth footage whether it's mounted on an RC helicopter, on the front of your bike, or just in your hands.

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Pebble Steel Review

Pebble Steel Review

Pebble might not agree that 2014 is set to be the year of wearables: the smartwatch startup closed out last year with one of the most compelling devices in its category, taking the original Pebble from Kickstarter hit to shipping product and finally developer's darling. Now there's a second version, Pebble Steel, on sale alongside the first smartwatch for those who want a little more bling with their wrist-mounted apps. With high-spec alternatives like Samsung's Galaxy Gear, and the constant chatter of an Apple iWatch on the horizon, you could've forgiven Pebble for going all-out with the spec list, but in fact Pebble Steel shows surprising restraint. Method or madness? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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