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Google's New Glass Explorers Usher In The Mainstream Wave Of Augmented Reality

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Among the 8,000 Glass Explorers getting priority access to the $1,500 headsets is a fire chief whose idea we first noticed back in February. Back in February, Google announced an open call for applications of its Google Glass augmented reality tech. Winners, called Glass Explorers, would have the ability...
Google's New Glass Explorers Usher In The Mainstream Wave Of Augmented Reality

Washington State Apparently Taxes Clubs For People Saying On Yelp That They Danced

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Dancing, what could be more controversial? Whether it's arresting NYC subway travelers for doing the charleston, or body slamming anyone dancing silently at a memorial to freedom, there appears to be something our government dislikes about musically-induced gyrations. With that in mind, it's with a total lack of surprise...
Washington State Apparently Taxes Clubs For People Saying On Yelp That They Danced

Microsoft backs free Boingo WiFi in NYC and San Francisco, hopes you'll see Metro on the metro

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Microsoft is about to launch a giant media blitz for Windows 8, and it wants to guarantee that even those of us heads-down in our laptops and smartphones take notice. It's sponsoring Boingo's WiFi, making it free at popular locations in New York City and San Francisco through the...
Microsoft backs free Boingo WiFi in NYC and San Francisco, hopes you'll see Metro on the metro

Sergey Brin tests Google Glass on NYC subway

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Co-founder of search giant spotted while wearing glasses that show small screen at edge of vision which provides dataYou don't expect to find one of the world's richest men riding the New York subway looking a little like a hobo. But last week, Sergey Brin, the co-founder with Larry Page...
Sergey Brin tests Google Glass on NYC subway

Boingo Partners with Transit Wireless to Bring WiFi to NYC’s Subway Stations

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(flickr.com/rafaj) Back in February, Transit Wireless, the company formed to carry out the implementation of a new wireless network for New York's transit system, announced that it would be bringing wifi to 30 of New York's subway stations. On that day, millions of satisfied sighs could be heard echoing across...
Boingo Partners with Transit Wireless to Bring WiFi to NYC’s Subway Stations

Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Mobile Phones on the NYC Subway

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New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority officially added wireless data and voice services to six subway stations last year, but still has 271 stations to go....
Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Mobile Phones on the NYC Subway

NYC MTA to Fire More Than 1,000

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Tags: New York, New York City Blog, NYC, Subway, transit, Transit NewsThe transit management in NYC, known as the MTA, has posted a press release noting that they will be terminating more than 1,000 positions. The MTA says this is more than 15% of the administrative payroll. Over 500 transit...
NYC MTA to Fire More Than 1,000

NYC subway wireless goes live in 30 stations, Sprint and Verizon sign on soon

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Wireless access in New York City's subway system has so far been limited, at best: two GSM carriers, one WiFi provider and six stations does not a full network make. Coverage is getting much wider, however, as Transit Wireless just flicked on access in 30 extra stations. While cellular...
NYC subway wireless goes live in 30 stations, Sprint and Verizon sign on soon

Which tech firm are you wearing this year?

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When Google's Sergey Brin was photographed on the NYC subway at the end of January wearing a prototype of the Google Glasses, who would ever have thought we'd seriously be talking about "wearable tech" as one of the biggest trends of 2013 without a trace of irony? But the...
Which tech firm are you wearing this year?

Embark NYC Wants To Get You There On Time

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Mr. Hauburger. Kelly Faircloth is a guest blogger for Betabeat. The travails of the New York City subway rider often seem endless, and while that late night map is undeniably snazzy, it’s going to take something a little more technically sophisticated to sort out the average rider’s woes. Enter...
Embark NYC Wants To Get You There On Time

Video: Penn Station to Long Beach in 2 Minutes

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This video is pretty neat – it is a railfan window video from the Long Island Rail Road in New York. You can watch a trip from Penn Station in NYC to Long Beach station in Long Island in just under 2 minutes. I guess this is an express...
Video: Penn Station to Long Beach in 2 Minutes

Google Glass Will Be On Sale By End Of 2013, Cost Less Than $1,500

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Cutting-edge augmented reality can be yours for about the price of a MacBook. It's official: Google has announced its cutting-edge Google Glass augmented-reality wearable augmented-reality video headset will be available for purchase by the end of 2013, for under $1,500, the Verge notes. Google has steadily been ramping up...
Google Glass Will Be On Sale By End Of 2013, Cost Less Than $1,500
Sergey Brin rides the NYC subway like a Google boss

Droid Incredible review — Engadget Another month. Another...

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Droid Incredible review — Engadget Another month. Another new best Android phone. Another reason why I’d be scared to death to buy any Android phone. Say what you want about Apple’s updates, at least you know you’ll have a solid year with the best version of the device. Two quick...
Droid Incredible review — Engadget Another month. Another...
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