Tech giant Apple is buying Israel-based chip developer PrimeSense.
Israel-based PrimeSense was behind the motion sensing device Kinect used Microsoft’s Xbox 360 game console.
The buy-out is the latest in a series of Apple purchases of chip developers.
Both firms have confirmed the deal, but not the price tag. Israeli media report that Apple is paying around $350 million (260 million euros) for PrimeSense.
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