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Entitled Beer Company Thinks That Everyone Deserves a Good Glass of Beer

The contract brand hopes to open a full-scale tasting room on the South Shore this year If you google Entitled Beer Company right now, an erroneous address pops up. People don’t seem too thrilled about it; it’s duped some at first glance, even fooling a few into actually traveling to the site. Show More Summary

Will a new wave of smart glasses make us ‘glassholes’ again?

A second round of mass-market facial computers looks less likely to inspire public anger than Google's Glass but it will be a fragile truce, says Jamais Cascio

The smartphone is eventually going to die, and we're not ready for what comes next (FB, MSFT, GOOG, GOOGL)

Silicon Valley companies think that smart glasses, like the Magic Leap, will one day replace the smartphone. That could be good: As we worry about smartphone addiction, glasses could present a way to access all of the information we need in a way that works better with our real lives. And yet, we're simply not ready for the shift. Show More Summary

Intel's New "Smart Glasses" Shoot Laser Beam Directly Into Your Retina

?For anyone who wanted a pair of Google glasses but didn't want to look like a lazy Borg cosplay, Intel may have just what you need. Just one catch; you have to be OK with a laser firing photons directly into your retina.  Consummate...Show More Summary

Will Lasers Save Intel's Google Glass Clones From Sucking?

Intel thinks it's figured it out. The company that makes the CPUs in most of our computers has produced a set of glasses that could do what Google Glass could not -- and what Magic Leap desperately wants to. It's produced a pair of "smart glasses" that look like something you might actually wear. More »      

Intel wants smart glasses to be a thing

Over the years, we’ve seen folks try and fail at the smart glasses game. Google Glasses never had a chance, and even the Snap Spectacles heyday has come to an end. But that’s not stopping Intel from getting in on the fun. The glasses are called Vaunt, first seen by the Verge, and they are nearly indistinguishable from regular glasses. Show More Summary

First look at Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses

It looks like Intel is planning to dig up the grave and bring back Smart Glasses. If you remember, they will the next big thing when Google launched Glasses back in 2013 but canceled it in 2015. To be frank, it was a bold move by Google back in the day but unfortunately, the world […] Read More: First look at Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses

Intel's Vaunt smart glasses beam information directly to your retina

Image credit: The Verge Intel's prototype smart glasses give you information at glance – without looking ridiculous. When you think of smart glasses, it's likely that Google's experimental face computer, Google Glass, with all of its hangups, is the first thing that pops into mind....

Intel’s new prototype smart glasses don’t look as bad as Google Glass

Intel gave a sneak peek at its new smart glasses concept called Vaunt. Unlike Google Glass and Snap Spectacles, the glasses look remarkably normal and have a very simple purpose.

Intel rumored to be in talks to find a partner for its AR glasses business

Intel is working on its own augmented reality (AR) glasses that can be paired with mobile devices to project mobile content straight into the user’s retina. If that sounds familiar, that’s because Google Glass (image above) worked exactly...Show More Summary

Smart glasses are coming this year, and I’m not ready

Roughly five years after the unveiling of Google Glass, it looks like hardware brands are getting close to bringing a consumer-friendly pair of smart glasses with an augmented reality display to the market. Rochester, New York-basedShow More Summary

In 2018, voice assistants will make the leap out of your home - CNET

Alexa and Google Assistant want to be on the go with you, plugging into smart glasses, smart earbuds and even smart toilets.

The Vuzix Blade Is What Google Glass Always Wanted To Be

When Google Glass was announced back in 2013, it was easy to forgive one of the the first AR headsets for looking awkward and being hard to use. There's no doubt Google's first crack at making an optical head-mounted display was ahead of its time. More »      

An Enterprising Route in Elusive AR Market

While Apple (ticker: AAPL), Facebook (FB), Alphabet (GOOGL) and others pursue consumers in a much-hyped market that hasn't yet paid off, 4-year-old DAQRI has developed smart glasses that help industrial workers better design products and train more easily.

As Snapchat’s Spectacles Fail, New Piece Of Wearable Technology Offers Multiplatform Compatibility

2 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

So far, the market for technologically-enhanced glasses has proven thin. The most notable failures have been Google's ugly Glass wearable and Snapchat's Spectacles, the latter of which currently sits unsold in Chinese warehouses. IsShow More Summary

Biking just got a whole lot interesting

2 months agoArts : Yanko Design

Biking just got a whole lot interesting Looking like the Google Glass, but infinitely better and much more useful, the Ergonomic Smart Goggles allow bikers to have an easy to access HUD display...

After a breakthrough 2017, the race for augmented reality headset heats up in Silicon Valley

Augmented reality is roaring back to prominence as one of Silicon Valley's favorite frontier technologies, nearly three years after Google's brief, unsuccessful run at the market with its infamous smart glasses.

Google Glass and Segway failed because they forgot about humans

Our relationship with technology, and social media, in particular, is ripe with irony, impulse, and irrational behavior. We have a love/hate with Facebook and our smartphones, which seem to offer us a mixture of both freedom and servitude. Show More Summary

Monkey selfies, eclipse, bitcoin, Lauer top Google in 2017

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Matt Lauer. Bitcoin. DACA. Monkey selfies. Jeremy Lin's hair. Do-it-yourself eclipse glasses. Tom Petty's death. National anthem protests in the NFL. And "Cash Me Outside." These were some of the people, topics and memes that trended to the top of Google searches in 2017. Show More Summary

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