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Google Glass: Does it Represent the Next Phase in Mobile Computing?

Wearable computers are gradually cementing their place among the technology enthusiasts and spearheading this revolutionary trend from the front is Google Glass (or GLASS). Hatched out from the womb of Google, this stylish hands-free wearable gadget with a head-mounted display (HMD) looks like a simple pair of eye glasses. [caption id="attachment_1230" align="aligncenter" width="576"] [1] Source: ubergizmo [2][/caption]   But covertly, it promises a mine of information in a format akin to smartphone; all you need is to speak out the natural language voice commands.
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