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Others, however, are concerned that the smart spectacles are putting people's privacy and personal details at risk. In response to this, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has applied for a camera detection patent, that would alert people to snooping
In a research at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital of Westchester Medical Center in New York, an attending surgeon wore Google Glass daily for four consecutive weeks. A daily log was kept and activities with a potential applicability were identified. "
Electronic retailers usually sell consumers gadgets in boxes, but with the availability of Google Glass, they will soon be offering technology you can wear. Some worry that new tech like Google Glass will strip away all of our privacy rights. Some
James Plantation Puts Google Glass To Work in Sales & Marketing , April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Google Glass is giving St. James Plantation a first-hand look at the future of real estate sales and marketing. "This device is going to completely
I didn't apply to be one of the early "explorers" when Google first made its "Glass" wearable computing device available last year, and I didn't opt-in yesterday when they started selling them online to anyone willing to pay $1,500...I have better
Right now, Google Glass is this really esoteric device that people, some people, have seen...They're starting to misunderstand it and I think that's Google's big concern," explained Mashable's chief coorespondent, Lance Ulanoff. "They're going to
The first misconception is that Google Glass turns its wearer into a walking surveillance machine. Glass is no more a stealthy spy tool than your average iPhone, and probably less so, thanks to its glaring conspicuousness and limited battery life.
I wish I could take credit for the simply divine word “glasshole” but alas I cannot. That honor goes to the smart and witty folks over at the Daily Beast, who warns us not be a “glasshole&
Twitter and other tech stocks experience big bouncebacks. The Lead: Yahoo, Intel gain after earnings Silicon Valley's important earnings season kicked off on a positive note Tuesday, as Yahoo and Intel managed to barely beat expectations with
Google Glass targeted as symbol by anti-tech crowd A co-worker snapped this photo of Kyle Russell shortly before a woman snatched his Glass eyewear from his face. (CNN) -- Glass, Google's high-profile entry into the world of wearable tech, may help