If the possibility of controlling all your PC applications Minority Report-style wasn't enough to get you excited about Mgestyk Technologies' gesture control system, the company's now showing off its ability to work with other input devices. The disembodied hands of Mgestyk employees go all Jedi on us this time…
The Wedisk USB 2.0 thumb drive has its USB connector located where the IR receptor is, coming out only when you press the A button. The Wedisk is available in either 1GB, 2GB, 4GB or 8GB flavors, but apparently it's only available as a mass-produced item, on request. [SolarMemo — Thanks, Chris]
You might wanna take this one with an extra grain of salt, but German news site Gamefront is reporting that new Wiimotes are currently being worked on. The revamped Wiimotes (if they exist) include better grips and a rechargeable battery. Hopefully this will put an end to any Wiimote throwers out there.