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Engadget - Neonode's Proximity multi-sensing technology hands-on

Engadget - Remember Neonode? The company's troubled N2 handset was so beleaguered with problems that less than a year after it launched, the company filed for bankruptcy. Since its lowest ebb, the company has reinvented itself as a component manufacturer leveraging its infrared-based user interface technology. (Gadgets, Neonode)

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