During a “fireside chat” about Glass at Google’s I/O conference, Google employees opened up.
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This is the biggest week of the year for Android, Chrome, Glass, search and other Googley matters.
The real concern with Google Glass and privacy doesn’t have to do with surveillance or collection of personal data, but with the way it will make us behave in the real world.
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Just in time for Outdoor Drinking Season (capitalized because of its importance), here’s the iFlask.
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Here are four inexpensive Bluetooth speakers that all sound great and bring a little something different to the table.
Those who pre-ordered Leap Motion’s 3D motion controller will have to wait a couple months longer to get one.
It’s a breathalyzer with a Bluetooth connection, so you can display your level of drunkenness on your cellphone. The fun doesn’t stop there, though.
We now know when, roughly speaking, we’ll be able to buy Google Glass, but the company needs to address controversial use-case questions before the glasses arrive.
If ever you needed a sign that 3D printing has hit the mainstream, look no further than SkyMall.
Fire-starting pen, eh? I’m listening.