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While Google Glass' potential as a consumer device remains to be seen, Lauren Rubinson-Morris is excited about its possibilities in her workplace. Rubinson-Morris is president and chief executive officer of MedEx Ambulance Service, a Skokie-based
The backlash against technology is democracy manifesting itself.' Photograph: Corbis In San Francisco, the centre of the US tech revolution, restaurant workers are lobbying for a minimum wage increase. In response, a conservative lobby group that
Given the hype around wearable technology like Google Glass, you might be surprised to learn that the wristwatch is still the most successful example of modern wearable tech. Over the past century, wearables have mostly been commercial failures...
To an outsider, it might seem that Google in-house lawyer Jack Halprin's dispute with his tenants is about money. But it's more complicated than rents and return on investment. Halprin's Google connection has intensified the anger many San Francisco
Google Inc. will report second-quarter results after the closing bell on Thursday, with Wall Street expecting solid gains in revenue and profit. Here's what else investors can expect: Earnings : Google is expected to post a profit of $6.23 a share,
As Wi-Fi signals grow stronger and processors become smaller, the connected power of the Internet is creeping into the everyday objects of people’s lives. We are soon entering a Web that is not dominated by people but is instead an
As the everyday objects around people become increasingly “smart,” the consumer will no longer connect to the Internet through just their desktop or smartphone. As wearable computers, digital signs, connected cars and
Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella visited the Fortune Brainstorm tech conference Monday. And as Mashable's Chris Taylor points out , Nadella was animated and idealistic but short on specifics. When asked about Microsoft wearables, for instance,
Parviz holds a doctorate degree in electrical engineering and worked for Google since 2010. The developer behind Google Glass and other technologies has left Google to work for the online retailer Amazon, according to multiple media reports Monday...
The former director of the Google X labs, which pioneered the development of Google Glass, is leaving the search giant to join Amazon. Babak Parviz shared the news on his Google+ page on Saturday ( via The Verge ), but didn't reveal any details about