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First MEMS gyro smartphone to ship in June; it won't be the last

5/11/2010 06:00 PM EDT
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EET Administrator   5/28/2010 6:09:53 AM
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pbisht   5/12/2010 10:11:54 PM
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use a safety band like Wii remote :-)

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dbgabriel   5/12/2010 8:41:53 PM
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The embedded gyros sound GREAT for a fun user interaction! However, I see an increase in the number of handsets thrown around by accident! LOL

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EET Administrator   5/12/2010 8:15:11 PM
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