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Google Glass: 5 Industries It Will Change Forever

This Tiny Battery Could Make Wearable Computers A Reality Much Sooner

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There's a new, young startup called Imprint Energy that is determined to change the landscape of the wearable electronics market. Imprint Energy has developed a new kind of zinc-based battery that is super thin, flexible, non-toxic, rechargeable, and more powerful than a standard lithium ion battery. Lithium batteries are the...
This Tiny Battery Could Make Wearable Computers A Reality Much Sooner

Google gets to grips with 'geek aesthetics'

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'Wearable tech' excites inventors and investors - but doesn't always look good. Now the race is on to give the new gadgets a more stylish imageIt's hip, it's hot, but does it look any good? Wearable technology is becoming one of the most exciting parts of the technology sector, inspiring...
Google gets to grips with 'geek aesthetics'
Tim Cook teases 'profound' opportunity in wearable technology, but says Google Glass won't have broad appeal
Google beware: Wearable technology is more than just seeing and speaking

Google forms the Glass Collective to invest in eye technology entrepreneurs

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Google believes that it's naive to build a wearable technology like Google Glass and expect successful businesses to simply materialize from thin air; those firms will need a financial nudge, too. Accordingly, Google is forming the Glass Collective to invest in projects centering on its eyewear. The partnership will...
Google forms the Glass Collective to invest in eye technology entrepreneurs

Wearable computing: How technology will soon be stitched into our lives

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Artifact wearable technology designer Jennifer Darmour at the office with her Jawbone and Nike+ Fuelband. This garment, designed by Darmour, can track your body’s movements and improve your Pilates performance. Photo via Leo Lam. Ah, wearable computing. Whether it’s geeky wristbands you can wear in the shower or the Seattle...
Wearable computing: How technology will soon be stitched into our lives

Adidas miCoach Elite System set to equip all MLS teams in 2013, creates world's first 'smart league'

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Today was yet another marvelous day for football buffs everywhere, as Adidas and MLS have announced Major League Soccer will be the first intelligent circuit on the globe. Having already planned an official debut for the German company's Elite System, now the pair's made it known that the wearable...
Adidas miCoach Elite System set to equip all MLS teams in 2013, creates world's first 'smart league'
SpiderSense ultrasound suit gives wearers a sixth sense
The Wearable Technology Market Is About To Explode (GOOG, AAPL, BRCM)

Analytics Is Not a Strategy

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I have been working in sports analytics for nearly 10 years, and still, virtually every time I tell someone what I do, they say some variation of “Oh, you do moneyball.” While my normal response is “yes, something like that,” the truth is that there is real difference between “sports...
Analytics Is Not a Strategy

MoveEye: It's like Google Glass for your TV remote

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Media and entertainment startups are certainly a dicey area of innovation, and in hearing pitches Tuesday morning, I wondered if they’ve read the news recently. In a short series of demonstrations at DEMO 2012 on Tuesday in Santa Clara, we heard someone pitch, “we’re trying to do for videos what...
MoveEye: It's like Google Glass for your TV remote

Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

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Google last week announced its first two ‘hackathon’ events for Google Glass developers, and the company is aiming to make its wearable glasses technology something that can be used by anyone at any place. Except that this is already happening as you’d have seen if you took the downtown train...
Spotted: Sergey Brin wearing Google Glass specs as he blends in on NYC subway

John Rogers returns with a silicon-silk circuit that dissolves inside your body

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While you'd be forgiven for not knowing who John Rogers is, he's certainly graced these pages more than once. He's the research chief at the University of Illinois that's previously broken new ground in the world of invisibility cloaks and wearable technology. This time, his team has cooked up...
John Rogers returns with a silicon-silk circuit that dissolves inside your body

Will an Apple watch replace the iPhone?

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Wearable technology could outpace traditional cellphones. FORTUNE -- Could Apple be developing an iWatch? The blogosphere speculated over the holidays, and now Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has come right out and said as much, stating in a report out earlier this week that the company will eventually come out...
Will an Apple watch replace the iPhone?

Inhabitat's Week in Green: biological concrete, flexible solar cells and the top wearable tech of 2012

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. New Year's Eve is fast approaching, and workers in New York City are hard at work installing 32,256 LED lights on the Times Square...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: biological concrete, flexible solar cells and the top wearable tech of 2012

Google to unveil Moto X as it takes smartphone battle to Apple

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Google-owned Motorola hopes to challenge iPhone with autumn launch of new low-cost, futuristic handsets produced in TexasGoogle has turned its guns on Apple by revealing plans for low-cost, futuristic smartphones assembled not in south-east Asia, but by 2,000 workers at a plant in Texas.A factory in Fort Worth that used...
Google to unveil Moto X as it takes smartphone battle to Apple
Yet another wearable fitness device. But this one is gym rat-approved

Why Can't This Breathtaking Game Get Funded on Kickstarter?

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The promise of crowdfunding is alluring: Creative people can turn their ideas into reality democratically, without having to compromise or sell their souls to a big corporation. And certainly, more than a few projects live up to that dream, a notable recent example being the super-cool 3-D printing pen 3Doodler,...
Why Can't This Breathtaking Game Get Funded on Kickstarter?

What would the perfect news application designed for Google Glass look like?

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To say there’s a lot of debate about the “wearable technology” known as Google Glass would be an understatement. Some enthusiasts see it as the future of mobile man-machine interfaces, while others say it is more likely to be the new Apple Newton — in other words, a widely-hyped product...
What would the perfect news application designed for Google Glass look like?

Innovations in 5: Google Glass gets the SNL treatment; 3D printed gun fired in U.S.

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Here's what we're reading and watching today: 1) Saturday Night Live has taken on Google Glass. In a skit during the late-night comedy show's Weekend Update segment, "tech correspondent Randal Meeks" played by Fred Armisen offers instructions on how to use Google Glass, mocking the various ways in which the...
Innovations in 5: Google Glass gets the SNL treatment; 3D printed gun fired in U.S.
Now It's Up To The FCC To Okay Google Glass (GOOG)

Rich Kids Of Google Glass

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You know, I’m sort of jealous. Because I’ve eaten something like three Po’boy sandwiches in the past three days, and every single time I’ve wondered, as I was eating, where the odd name Po’boy originated. But didn’t want to take out my grubby phone during the meal to find out. I’ve...
Rich Kids Of Google Glass

NYTimes: Google X Glasses will be sold by year end, augmented reality interface

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In what seems to be a confirmation of our earlier reports, (here and here), the NYTimes’ Nick Bilton today offers more information on the Heads Up Display Glasses that Google is building.  Some new bullet points: The glasses are not designed to be worn constantly — although Google expects some...
NYTimes: Google X Glasses will be sold by year end, augmented reality interface
Google Glasses Are Great For Skydivers, Ballerinas and Snake Charmers

Google Glass: 8,000 competition winners to receive hi-tech specs

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Company soliciting applications through Google+ and Twitter - but winners will have to pay $1,500 to test the deviceGoogle is preparing to release 8,000 test pairs of its long-awaited glasses to carefully selected winners of an online competition who will have to pay $1,500 for the privilege.In an announcement on Wednesday,...
Google Glass: 8,000 competition winners to receive hi-tech specs

Mary Meeker's mind-blowing Internet statistics contain at least one unsubstantiated 'fact'

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Sequoia Capital über-investor Mike Moritz is fond of saying that “Powerpoint is the language of Silicon Valley.” It’s a shame, considering that founders of early-stage startups inflate numbers in their decks, often taking creative license with the size of...
Mary Meeker's mind-blowing Internet statistics contain at least one unsubstantiated 'fact'

Digital Development team's 2013 predictions

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With the first month of the year almost over, the Guardian's Digital Development team offer their thoughts and predictions on what the year will bring us in technology, gadgets and businessWith the new year in full swing, we thought it was time for the Guardian's Digital Development department to offer...
Digital Development team's 2013 predictions
Lambda Labs Is Launching A Facial Recognition API For Google Glass

Wearable-technology pioneer Thad Starner on how Google Glass could augment our realities and memories

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Countless wearers of Google Glass stalked the halls of this year's Google I/O developer conference, but only a lucky few were sporting the prescription model, which makes room for lenses in a more conventional glasses frame. Among those lucky early adopters with imperfect vision was Thad Starner, a Georgia...
Wearable-technology pioneer Thad Starner on how Google Glass could augment our realities and memories
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