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Nest meet Glass, the learning thermostat lands on your eyes
Google Glass Easter Egg Introduces You To The Entire Team In A Panoramic Image Controlled By Your Head's Movement

'Mirror's Edge' Re-Emerges as $14.99 iPad Game

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'Mirror's Edge' Re-Emerges as $14.99 iPad Game

DICE to require 64-bit OS for some 2013 games, that Windows ME box in the den isn't cutting it

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We're entering a world of mainstream 64-bit computing -- whether we like it or not. Just weeks after Adobe started requiring 64-bit Macs for CS6, DICE's Rendering Architect Johan Andersson has warned that some of his company's 2013 games using the Frostbite engine will need the extra bits as...
DICE to require 64-bit OS for some 2013 games, that Windows ME box in the den isn't cutting it
You'll need a mirror to see what these twisted sculptures really are

Jabra readies Revo and Revo Wireless over-ear headphones, Vox in-ears

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Jabra has been venturing further and further into headphones after years of focusing on headsets and speakerphones. CES 2013 is a perfect mirror of that shift: all three products it's launching at the show are geared towards music lovers rather than plain old conference calling. The Revo and Bluetooth-based...
Jabra readies Revo and Revo Wireless over-ear headphones, Vox in-ears

Hewlett Packard just whacked the wrong executive

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If you're looking for a scapegoat, Mike Lynch offers an easy target, but Meg Whitman ought to take a long hard in the mirror. [Read more]...
Hewlett Packard just whacked the wrong executive

Can you dig it?

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“When I first moved to Chicago,” says Mike. “My grandfather told me about parking in the winter. One would dig out a spot and insert a chair, reserving the spot for your trouble.” One of his neighbors, it seems, didn’t get the benefit of such grandfatherly wisdom. Neither, apparently, did Chris…who...
Can you dig it?

'Cling film' telescope for orbit

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United States Air Force researchers are developing optics for a space telescope that uses a thin plastic membrane rather than a conventional mirror....
'Cling film' telescope for orbit

Reading - #Google develops prototype mirror for #solar #energy (@Reuters) http://bit.ly/cM8FBo

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Reading - #Google develops prototype mirror for #solar #energy (@Reuters) http://bit.ly/cM8FBo

The New York Times releases a Google Glass app that reads article summaries aloud

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The New York Times has launched a custom Google Glass app with a read-aloud feature for article summaries. Google began shipping the first Glass prototypes to developers earlier this month, so the Times’ high-tech eyewear audience is still going to be fairly limited. The app offers breaking news alerts, hourly top news...
The New York Times releases a Google Glass app that reads article summaries aloud
Sony Alpha SLT-A77 review

Robot learns to recognise itself

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A robot is learning how to recognise itself in a mirror as an important step towards self-awareness....
Robot learns to recognise itself

The Jurassic Park Period

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The Jurassic Park Period: Alexander Huls for The Atlantic on the CGI advances in Jurassic Park: Jurassic Park's revolution was technological, but more importantly, it was popular. If Spielberg and Lucas saw the future of cinema in those shots, it was the public who made that future a reality. Sam...
The Jurassic Park Period

3D Teleconferencing Feels Like the Future [VIDEO]

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For those of us who like to imagine we’re already living in the future, this 3D teleconferencing setup seems to corroborate our theory. A project of the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies, the 3D video teleconferencing setup works by projecting a high-speed video feed onto a...
3D Teleconferencing Feels Like the Future [VIDEO]
Rumor Patrol: The Lowdown On Upcoming Apple Gear

Base Jumping Off the Most Insane Pool in the World [Video]

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Singapore's Marina Bay Sands hotel is home to one of the most-photographed and internet beloved swimming pools on the planet. It's atop a massive tower, and looks seamless, like a levitating mirror. So why not leap off off of it? More »...
Base Jumping Off the Most Insane Pool in the World [Video]
Google hosting Project Glass hackathons in San Francisco and New York, giving Explorers an early crack at their pre-order

Sony makes Olympus rescue pact official with $645 million investment

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After months of speculation about who would step in to save the scandal-ridden Olympus' rocky fortunes, Sony has finally opened up its checkbook. The two companies have entered into a "business and capital alliance" worth around $650 million in exchange for a 51 percent stake in a new enterprise...
Sony makes Olympus rescue pact official with $645 million investment
How Rod Stewart helped me get the attention of VCs and angels

Researcher's new solar reactor uses unique mirror to harvest the sun

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Erik Koepf, a doctoral candidate at the University of Delaware, is working on a solar reactor project that produces hydrogen from a chemical reaction causing sunlight to split water, but its efficiency is still unknown. In March, he'll be traveling to Zurich, Switzerland to test the reactor at full power...
Researcher's new solar reactor uses unique mirror to harvest the sun

Custom Jeans Won't Make Your Butt Look Big, Will Change The Way You Shop

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The future of shopping means every garment--and shopping experience--can be customized to fit both your body and your thirst for discovery.I’ve seen this scenario before, but I will not name names. A woman with a delightful and sensible figure, who looks quite gorgeous from any angle, cranes her neck around...
Custom Jeans Won't Make Your Butt Look Big, Will Change The Way You Shop
Google Announces Native Glass Developer Kit, Will Be Able To Do More Than The Mirror API
This Company Wants You To Get Paid For Teaching In Your Spare Time

Tweets sent from 'Twitter for Glass' appear, suggest official app in testing

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Google has opened its Mirror API for devs while passing out Glass headsets to early adopters -- including our own Tim Stevens -- and now there's evidence Twitter is already working up an official app. As TechCrunch points out, developer Jonathan Gottfried noticed images popping up from a "Twitter...
Tweets sent from 'Twitter for Glass' appear, suggest official app in testing
How Hashtagging Your Instagram Photos Makes Them More Popular

GOYA Shootout :: Mirror

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GOYA Shootout :: Mirror
Tumblr's extended Friday night outage caused by 'networking issues'
Facebook's New Recommendation Bar Tells You Which Articles Your Friends Liked

Sony now taking orders for 500mm f/4 G SSM lens in Japan

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Sony's 500mm f/4 super-telephoto lens, which we saw at CES, is ready to order in Japan starting today. The 500mm f/4 G SSM will start shipping in mid-May, and will sell for 1.25 million yen (about $16,200 US) plus tax. For that price, you'll be getting Sony's longest fixed...
Sony now taking orders for 500mm f/4 G SSM lens in Japan
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