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The company behind Microsoft’s Kinect controller wants to kill the remote.
A new technique could be used to target advertising to users’ surroundings without their knowledge.
“Do not track” legislation could simply accelerate the monopolization of Internet advertising.
But the Holy Grail—controlling a computer without touching it—proves hard to achieve.
The Microsoft Kinect is fun, but it shows that so-called natural user interfaces still have a long way to go.
Microsoft’s Craig Mundie describes how the company’s vision of 3-D gaming could extend to all computer interactions.
Needing a huge boost in the mobile market, Microsoft will begin selling new phones with an updated version of Windows.