Google adds gesture-recognition tech with acquisition of Flutter

Flutter, developer of a hand-gesture interface, was purchased by Google, although financial terms weren't disclosed. The venture-funded startup has turned out a Mac application for controlling iTunes, Spotify, Windows Media Player and Winamp, and Google might use this technology for Google Glass and Android, Ken Yeung writes. In addition, Google reported the Hulu Plus app can now operate with the Chromecast dongle.

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