This week on WDD's Hotspot:
- Thalmic Labs  has introduced its wearable gesture-controlled arm band -- Myo; which is capable of measuring electrical activity in muscle movements instantly, providing a seamless way to wirelessly control video games, phones, and other digital devices.
- Helwtt-Packard  has re-entered the tablet market with its wallet-friendly, Slate 7 device, which features a 13-ounce frame, housing a 7-inch 1024 X 600 display.
- Microchip  has announced its BodyCam Technology, providing designers with the world's first framework for using the human body as a secure communication tool.
- InfoMotion Sports Technologies  has unveiled its 94Fifty  sensor basketball that measures basketball skills in real time.
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In this episode of the HotSpot, Thalmic Labs introduces its wearable gesture-controlled arm band; Hewlett-Packard re-enters the tablet market; Microchip announces its BodyCam technology; and InfoMotion Sports Technologies unveils its 94Fifty sensor basketball.