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Myo Jedi-armbands hooked up to Oculus Rift, robots and more

Myo Jedi-armbands hooked up to Oculus Rift, robots and more

Motion-tracking startup Thalmic Labs has been showing off what its early developers can do with a muscle-reading Myo armband and a little imagination, with the new peripheral already integrated with Oculus Rift, capable of remotely controlling mean-looking robots, and more. The company isn't planning to ship broadly until midway through this year, but its Myo Alpha Developers program is underway, and already the ideas are proving diverse.

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SlashDeals Black Friday 2013: Alienware 17, Apple networking & LG plasma TV

SlashDeals Black Friday 2013: Alienware 17, Apple networking & LG plasma TV

It's Black Friday, and that can only mean one thing: more tech deals than you can shake a stick at. You could head down and face the crowds at the stores, or you could grab your bargains online instead, and spend the rest of the day enjoying turkey leftovers. On past the cut, monster TVs and displays whether you're a gamer, a PC pro, or just looking to give your living room a makeover; a rare price cut on Apple's much-loved networking gear; super-fast Core i7 laptops and desktops; and more!

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SlashDeals: Thursday, Week 26 – Alienware, Note 3, and big LG TV

SlashDeals: Thursday, Week 26 – Alienware, Note 3, and big LG TV

Desktop getting you down, laptop lagging, or tablet tiresome? We've got you covered on all basis in today's SlashDeals, with everything from a potent Core i7 Alienware Aurora r4 desktop gaming rig for with $275 off, through to a beefy HP ENVY laptop good enough for mobile and desktop use down to under $900. Those looking to treat their PC or Mac to an upgrade get a choice of speedy SSD storage not to mention a skinny ASUS IPS LCD ideal for gaming or watching videos. That's not all, so read on for the deals.

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Holiday Gift Ideas 2013

Holiday Gift Ideas 2013

Halloween has come and gone, and with its passing comes the start of the holiday shopping season. Companies are preparing to launch their latest offerings in time for seasonal gift-giving, and sorting through the endless products, promotions, and special pricing for the perfect gift can be enough to make anyone's head spin. We've got more than a few ideas for you here at SlashGear, and whether you're in the market for something small and solid for coworkers or a big gift to make your significant other's holiday, read on to see our best suggestions.

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Elliptic Labs gesture control could be Kinect for your phone by 2014

Elliptic Labs gesture control could be Kinect for your phone by 2014

Motion-tracking technology that allows you to control your smartphone from several feet away, even when it's away on a nearby table, could show up in handsets as soon as next year. Elliptic Labs gesture control system uses tiny ultrasonic sensors to grant 180-degree awareness to phones and tablets, picking up hand movement from up to three feet away, whether it's in front of the device or off to the side. Now, the company says, it's finally almost time for the sensor tech to show up in production hardware.

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UltraHaptics provides mid-air touch feedback for displays

UltraHaptics provides mid-air touch feedback for displays

This week a fellow by the name of Tom Carter will show off a system by the name of UltraHaptics, one that will apparently take away the problems inherent with touchscreen displays requiring users to cover up the objects they touch. This system will be presented at the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) 2013 by Tom Carter from the Department of Computer Science in a paper that'll show of multipoint mid-air haptic feedback allowing users to touch without touching.

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MYO Armbands bringing muscle-reading gesture control in early 2014

MYO Armbands bringing muscle-reading gesture control in early 2014

With the wearable device known as MYO, there's no need for the computer to see you to understand your commands. Instead, this armband connects to your device - Mac and Windows for now, Android and iOS soon - with Bluetooth and reads gestures you make with your hand and arm through muscle fluctuations. This armband is already out in the wild - the full "second wave" for the public comes in early 2014.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 16th, 2013

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 16th, 2013

This morning the automotive madness continues with the ultra-hot all-digital instrument panel for the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The folks at Bang & Olufsen are shuttering shops across the nation as smaller groups like Leap Motion take off into outer space. You can also purchase a $500 HAL 9000 replica now if you'd like, proving it's not the economy that's dying, it's just certain sectors (nerd loving nostalgia not included).

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