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See How Hillary Clinton's Beauty Look Has Changed From the '60s to 2016

The minute Bill Clinton began his speech at the Democratic National Convention, all I wanted to do was Google vintage photos of young Hillary Rodham Clinton wearing "flowery skirts, big glasses, and no makeup." Listen, I acknowledge that Hillary Clinton who is breaking the glass ceiling in the most major way possible in modern history (hello, Mrs. Show More Summary

Blincam lets you take photos simply by winking at your subject

Let’s face it, the attached camera was pretty much the only decent feature of Google Glass. It’s also a feature that raised quite a few privacy concerns. The new Blincam, which allows its wearer to shoot a photograph simply by winking, also faces those same privacy issues. It also a presents a newer, slightly creepier, one. It’s [...]Show More Summary

What are the most common on-page SEO issues and how to fix them?

Appearing in the top organic listings of Google is increasingly like pouring a gallon of milk into a shot glass.

Boeing eyes a solution with Google Glass

Do you ever wander what happened to the Google Glass, that amazing looking contraption that was pushed so heavily a few years ago? Though it doesn’t seem to have become the worldwide phenomenon Google was hoping for, many businesses have found important uses for it. Show More Summary

Google's AR-VR Headset Could Redeem Glass Flop

Google is reportedly working on a standalone headset that blends augmented reality with virtual reality, which could make up for Google Glass.

Google’s HQ dream survives after land swap

Google’s plan to build a fresh Silicon Valley headquarters was given new life after a land swap with LinkedIn. ||| San Francisco - Google’s ambitious plan to build a new Silicon Valley headquarters, with soaring glass canopies, crane-like...Show More Summary

Google and LinkedIn swap real estate in 'grand bargain' deal - CNET

The swap will allow Google to pursue its futuristic dream campus, with glass canopies and movable structures.

Crowdfunding project of the week: Solos Smart Cycling Glasses

Today we are taking a look at the Solos Smart Cycling Glasses. These are not only good-looking sun glasses, they also feature a small heads-up display much like what we have seen coming from Google Glass.

Face computers slowly find their place in business

Remember Google Glass? How could you not? Born with great fanfare just four short years ago, the device quickly became the object of derision. People who wore them were “Glassholes.” There were hyper-privacy concerns related to wearing...Show More Summary

This week in patents: Is this what the Google Glass successor will look like?

This week, the US patent office issued 6,319 patents. Each patent adds a little something new to the human knowledge base. As we cannot list all six thousand, the PatentYogi team has selected the five most interesting patents.  Technology...Show More Summary

Tesla and the glass cockpit problem

3 weeks agoMedia / New Media : Rough Type

When the news spread last week about the fatal crash of a computer-driven Tesla, I thought of a conversation I had a couple of years ago with a top computer scientist at Google. We were talking about some recent airliner crashes caused by “automation complacency” — the tendency for even very skilled pilots to tune out from […]

Wearable technology gets good ratings from plastic surgeons

Plastic surgeons see some clear advantages of using Google Glass in the operating room, reports a new survey.

Wearable Technology Gets Good Ratings from Plastic Surgeons

Plastic surgeons see some clear advantages of using Google Glass in the operating room, reports a survey study in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery(r), the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).

‘Samsung Ahead’ could be a Google Glass competitor

Remember Google Glass? Ever since Glass burst onto the scene three years ago, there have been rumors of similar devices from other manufacturers. Samsung has been long-rumored to have a Glass rival of its own.

This crazy new robot can handle wine glasses with ease — here’s why that’s a big deal

Boston Dynamics, a robotics company owned by Google that's reportedly being sold off, released a new video of its robot named Mini Spot. Among other things, the raptor-looking robot is shown running around outside, maneuvering around...Show More Summary

Google Glass app helps kids with autism see emotions

Stanford University researchers are testing software that is meant to help autistic children with social cues. The Google Glass software reads the emotions on people's faces, then tells the user what those emotions are. Early research is yielding positive results.  Read more... More about Real Time, Autism, Google Glass, Google, and Tech

Can Google Glass help autistic children read faces?

The facial recognition software was developed at Stanford University and runs on Google Glass, a computerized headset with a front-facing camera and a tiny display just above the right eye. Julian is one of about 100 autistic children...Show More Summary

Snapchat's CEO wore the company's secret-camera sunglasses in public — and nobody noticed

Snapchat has been secretly hard at work on what has been described as a competitor to Google Glass. A source has tipped Business Insider off, however, that Snapchat's supposedly top-secret project may have been hiding in plain sight. In...Show More Summary

Giz Gadgets: Drones, Exoskeletons And Smart Glasses For A Good Cause

Each new week brings with it an abundance of new gadgets — whether devised by tech giants like Google and Samsung or pushed by hopeful entrepreneurs to Kickstarter, they run the gamut from useful to niche to tech that nobody really needs. This week we’ve got high tech being used for good. More »      

Here’s what could finally free us from smartphones

The tech industry is obsessed with its hunt for finding the next big thing after the smartphone. Last year, it was wearables, like the Apple Watch and FitBit. Before that, it was virtual reality. Before that, it was Google Glass. Each one of those was supposed to change the the way we interact with technology. Show More Summary

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