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Google’s New Terminator Glasses Bring the Future to Your Goddam Face

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*Precogs not included. You know when people say " . . . not until they figure out how to put computer chips in our brains"? Well this is one step closer. We would smash our iPad 2 on the floor right now if we could get our money back and...
Google’s New Terminator Glasses Bring the Future to Your Goddam Face

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD thumps iPhone 5, Galaxy S III battery life in tests

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It seems that the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD and its 3,300 mAh battery really do deliver the goods. AllThingsD conducted its own battery test of the device and found that it delivered 22 hours of talk time, or just one hour short of Motorola’s advertised time of 23 hours. To...
Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD thumps iPhone 5, Galaxy S III battery life in tests

HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon

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We detailled the first information out of the Google [x] Glasses project in December. They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasses that “normal people” wear.  However, these provide a display with a heads up computer interface.  There are a few buttons...
HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon

Apple's E-Store Satisfaction Score Jumps, Thumps Microsoft's

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Apple's satisfaction score was 85, up five points from the year before. Only one e-store -- Amazon's, with a record score of 89 -- beat Apple's....
Apple's E-Store Satisfaction Score Jumps, Thumps Microsoft's

Oakley cooking up its own smart glasses, hoping to trump Project Glass with improved style

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Oakley's Thump glasses haven't exactly succeeded in fending off the competition when it comes to portable music playback, but that isn't stopping it from working feverishly to develop the next round of vaguely intelligent eyewear. CEO Colin Baden told Bloomberg that the company has been toying with ways to...
Oakley cooking up its own smart glasses, hoping to trump Project Glass with improved style

Apple patent lets users control a device with taps, thumps and scratches

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday issued Apple a patent for an audio-based input system in which various noises made on a laptop's chassis are translated into actions, basically turning the computer into one large input device.    ...
Apple patent lets users control a device with taps, thumps and scratches

Apple's e-store satisfaction score jumps, thumps Microsoft's

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Apple's online store scored the highest satisfaction rating of any computer-related company, and handily beat rival Microsoft, a consumer pollster said today....
Apple's e-store satisfaction score jumps, thumps Microsoft's

Skullcandy's Crusher ears-on at CES: rumbling headphones that you'll actually want

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Over the years, our ears have been treated (or tormented, depending on perspective) to a variety of rumbles from a multitude of wub-wub headphones. Typically, it's the gaming headphone sector that gets first dibs, but Skullcandy's Crusher is aiming to hit a few more targets. We had a chance...
Skullcandy's Crusher ears-on at CES: rumbling headphones that you'll actually want

ZombiU - review

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Wii U; Ubisoft; £39.99-£44.99Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewIt's London's turn to host the zombie apocalypse in this unexpectedly gritty undead outing for the Wii U. Taking control of a lone survivor, you eke out an existence amidst the rubble and small crowds of the howling infected, starting...
ZombiU - review

Android-powered Google Glasses: The augmented reality HUD dream is coming

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It’s about time: By the end of 2012, Google will launch a pair of Android-powered, augmented reality, head-up display (HUD) glasses. Anonymous Google employees, speaking to The New York Times, say that the glasses will resemble a pair of Oakley Thumps (pictured above), will have 3G or 4G connectivity, a...
Android-powered Google Glasses: The augmented reality HUD dream is coming

Oakley Could Be Cooking Up Smart Glasses To Rival Google’s Project Glass

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Back when rumors of Google’s fabled augmented-reality glasses began picking up steam, one of the most frequently repeated bits was that they bore a striking resemblance to (rather old) Oakley’s Thump mp3-friendly sunglasses. The concept that Google eventually revealed looked nothing like them, but it turns out Oakley may soon...
Oakley Could Be Cooking Up Smart Glasses To Rival Google’s Project Glass
Google’s Augmented Reality Glasses Are Real And In Testing
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