Google has an interesting new project page up for Soli, which promises to use tiny radar chips, which are smaller than a quarter, to accurately detect nearby finger motion — and then translate that into useful input. Google imagines users one day turning an imaginary know to turn down the volume, sliding their thumb across their index finger to navigate a map, and other gestures to extend the usable input area beyond the confines of a device itself.
This high end handset is targeted towards enterprise organizations although consumers will also be able to purchase it from HP directly.
The wraps have finally been taken off the Bluetooth 5 specification. Plans for official release say late 2016.
Microsoft has unveiled a membership plan that lets businesses finance the purchase of Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 and Surface 3 for their companies.
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