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Sun Glass

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I don’t think glasses are the answer. I think it might be a 10-year answer, but not in the next five years. Maybe if they’re in sunglasses or what not. Jack Dorsey talking to the New York Times’ Brian X. Chen about Google Glass...
Sun Glass

Google wants to build private airport terminal

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Google wants to fly. The Internet search leader with interests in advertising, mobile operating systems, self-driving cars and augmented reality glasses is seeking to get into the aviation game. Google plans to build an $82 million private airport terminal in San Jose, Calif., to accommodate its business jets. It...
Google wants to build private airport terminal

Google Glass Skydiving Stunt Gets an Encore at I/O on Thursday

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After a strong response to Wednesday’s skydiving-infused demonstration of Google Glass, the company decided to talk more on Thursday about its high-tech specs and reprise the stunt. Co-Founder Sergey Brin, who made a surprise appearance to talk about Google Glass during Wednesday’s keynote, told people on his Google+ page that...
Google Glass Skydiving Stunt Gets an Encore at I/O on Thursday

Big, Beautiful Photos Of Google's Computerized Glasses Show Off What They Can Do (GOOG)

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Google has released a slew of beautiful images and a video showing off all the things you can do with Google Glass. It's also opening up sales of Google Glass to non-developers. So if you're a "bold, creative" individual, you can apply to buy Google Glass via Twitter or Google+....
Big, Beautiful Photos Of Google's Computerized Glasses Show Off What They Can Do (GOOG)

Here's Why Google Now Is Better Than Apple's Siri (GOOG)

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Google Now, which is essentially Google's version of Siri, is hands down the superior voice-powered digital assistant. It has a ridiculously fast response time, and overall, it puts Apple's Siri to shame.  By the way, check out our review of Google's Nexus 7 tablet > Watch our quick video explainer below to...
Here's Why Google Now Is Better Than Apple's Siri (GOOG)

Google's computerized glasses steal the show at I/O

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After teasing people with bits of images and information about the development of its computerized glasses, Google made a splash today showing off Google Glass at Google I/O....
Google's computerized glasses steal the show at I/O
The future of displays has a problem: Our eyes

Google: Here's Why We Pre-Announced Our Ridiculous Sci-Fi Glasses (GOOG)

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Google has taken a lot of heat for releasing a fantasy video of what it hopes to accomplish with its Google Glasses. For instance, John Gruber at Daring Fireball wrote, "Google’s transition into the new Microsoft is now complete: fancy-pants sci-fi concept video to promote stunningly awkward augmented reality...
Google: Here's Why We Pre-Announced Our Ridiculous Sci-Fi Glasses (GOOG)

Submit 50 Words, Get Google Glass

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Google will be giving away 8,000 of their new Glasses and all you have to do is come up with less text than a tweet, George Stahl reports on digits....
Submit 50 Words, Get Google Glass

Brother AirScouter glasses bring augmented reality, unsightly add-ons to your face

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Head-mounted displays may be all the rage as of late, thanks to Sergey Brin's own recent fashion choices, but the space is hardly new. Brother, for one, has been in the game for a while now, with its AirScouter glasses, and before fellow printer-maker Epson steals all its glory,...
Brother AirScouter glasses bring augmented reality, unsightly add-ons to your face

Gillmor Gang: The Revolution Will Be Notified

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The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — fight a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the American Way. The Gang feels blessed to have survived the Mayanocalypse, the Fiscal Cliff, and the complete inability of Microsoft to reverse its tailspin into massive...
Gillmor Gang: The Revolution Will Be Notified

Gadgetwise Blog: Less May Be More for 3-D TV

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The introduction of 3-D TV has been a bumpy one; people just don't seem to care all that much about it. But development of a glasses-less 3-D technology, and more subtle use of the 3-D effect, may help speed its adoption....
Gadgetwise Blog: Less May Be More for 3-D TV
GAGA FOR GOOGLE GLASS: $6,300 For A Set On eBay (GOOG, EBAY)

World's first cyborg says Apple, RIM will have their own Google Glass

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Steve Mann says he’s the world’s first cyborg — and that you’ll join him as one pretty soon. “It’s kind of obvious that everyone is moving along that trajectory,” Mann told The New York Times in an interview published on Tuesday. According to Mann, it won’t be long until...
World's first cyborg says Apple, RIM will have their own Google Glass

LG Optimus 3D Max released in Germany, other European countries following soon

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LG's second phone with a glasses-free 3D display, the Optimus 3D Max, is now on sale in Germany. The handset was announced at Mobile World Congress in February, and has a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of storage with microSD support, a 4.3-inch 854 x 480 glasses-free 3D...
LG Optimus 3D Max released in Germany, other European countries following soon
Retinal implant restores vision for eight blind people
The Queen's Christmas Message will be broadcast in 3D
Looking to try Google Glass? This guy 3D-printed a pair and released the design

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Vuzix's Paul Travers

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Wearable domination at this year's show? Vuzix certainly had quite a presence at CES with those Smart Glasses we've been hearing so much about. We'll be discussing the product and the state of wearables with the company's CEO, Wearable domination at this year's show? Vuzix certainly had quite a...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Vuzix's Paul Travers

Move Over Google: Oakley’s Got Smart Glasses, Too

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Oakley CEO Colin Baden said Tuesday that Oakley’s efforts will initially target athletes....
Move Over Google: Oakley’s Got Smart Glasses, Too

Google Will Offer Its Glasses to Select Few

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Google will make Glass, its augmented reality glasses, available to people who apply, are chosen and willing to pay $1,500 to try them....
Google Will Offer Its Glasses to Select Few

Visualized: photos of the glass block you get when you pre-order Project Glass

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$1,500? That's a lot for some highfalutin' glasses, but we just couldn't resist. After wrapping up with the keynote, both myself and Darren Murph hopped in line and signed up for our very own pairs of Project Glass Explorer Edition devices. After completing a not-particularly-thorough sign-up process -- which,...
Visualized: photos of the glass block you get when you pre-order Project Glass

How Low Can Drones Go?

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As we've pointed out in a few stories, drones aren't necessarily something to worry about. Like any technology, they can be used for good and bad purposes, and shouldn't be dismissed out of hand. But determining where exactly the line between acceptable and unacceptable lies is tricky, as the...
How Low Can Drones Go?

Sanwa stereoscopic YouTube viewer turns your iPhone into a big-screen 3D TV

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Japanese iPhone owners are being given the chance to bathe in the nostalgic glow of the old 3D View-Master -- only now, the pictures will actually move. The Sanwa device works in a similar manner to its ancient mechanical counterpart, but magnifies side-by-side yt3D YouTube movies on an iPhone...
Sanwa stereoscopic YouTube viewer turns your iPhone into a big-screen 3D TV

Microsoft has its own Project Glass - augmented reality glasses/wearable computer combo

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Microsoft has it’s own Project Glass cooking in the R&D labs. It’s an augmented reality glasses/heads-up display, that should supply you with various bits of trivia while you are watching a live event, e.g. baseball game. The device was made public via Microsoft’s patent application published today. Microsoft is taking...
Microsoft has its own Project Glass - augmented reality glasses/wearable computer combo
Google Glass and competitor products could hit 9.4m sales by 2016 ... or maybe only 1m

Google co-founder Sergey Brin spotted wearing Project Glass prototype IRL

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Wondering what it might be like to sport Google's Project Glass augmented reality HUD in your daily life? It would appear company co-founder Sergey Brin already knows, as he was spotted by tech pundits Robert Scoble and Thomas Hawk rocking a prototype at a Dining in the Dark charity...
Google co-founder Sergey Brin spotted wearing Project Glass prototype IRL

How Google will let you control your Google Glass

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Google's illustration of how the mini embedded projector and camera could work together. Google Google has been granted a patent for a projection system to display buttons and controls from a headset, according to a patent filing granted to Google on Thursday (uncovered by Engadget). In the patent art, the projector...
How Google will let you control your Google Glass

Japanese mobile boss claims he's already patented the tech inside Google Glass

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Patent filings, we don't take so seriously. One of Japan's richest men, with the potential to call on an army of lawyers to defend what he claims is his invention, we probably ought to. Masayoshi Son, the billionaire (and philanthropic) CEO of SoftBank, has given a two-hour speech to...
Japanese mobile boss claims he's already patented the tech inside Google Glass

Google patents Project Glass tech

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Search giant Google patents the technology behind its augmented reality glasses, known as Project Glass....
Google patents Project Glass tech
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