TechBytes: Microsoft, Lumo Back

Microsoft hopes their new keyboard and mouse package will lessen cases of carpal tunnel syndrome.
0:54 | 08/14/13

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In today's tech -- Microsoft wants to put an end to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome the new sculpt air going comic keyboard bundle features a dome shaped keyboard. Or removable number -- an oversized mouse. The package goes on sale this month. When did your mother constantly nag you to sit up straight at new fitness gadget called Lou -- back wants to help. The device wraps around your waist and it vibrates whatever you slouch. Wall Street Journal's Katie -- -- says it has potential but it needs some improvements. It would buy rated nudged me and I didn't quite know how to fix my posture I would try to fix -- but. I wasn't always -- back. -- -- back retails -- 150 bucks it's compatible with IOS devices. And -- new Samsung TV is being dubbed the marriage saver allows couples to watch -- -- -- from programs simultaneously. With 3-D glasses. Has built an ear -- it retails for 9000 bucks those -- tech -- I'm John Mueller.

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