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Wednesday, 04 December 2013 20:14

Play Music comes out for Google Glass

Official Play Music app for Google Glass is available for download and installation through MyGlass application.

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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 20:27

Google Glass available for developers

Google has, as expected, began a new phase of commercialization of their smart glasses. They decided to send an email to specific number of developers during this week in which the company invites them to buy their very own copy of Glass (with the corresponding security code), in order to begin with the development and adaptation of their applications.

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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 21:37

Smart watch from Qualcomm coming

Qualcomm is primarily known for its processors that incorporate various manufacturers of smartphones and tablets in their devices. That their priority is not only the creation processor they decided to show with presentation of a smart watch Toq, which should provide a more enjoyable experience than Samsung Galaxy Gear.

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Monday, 28 October 2013 21:12

Samsung files a patent for smart glasses

Looks like Google will soon get a competition in eye apparel section from the Korean giant Samsung. According to The Wall Street Journal, Samsung in Korea filed a patent application for the glasses that are connected with a smart mobile phone.

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The smartwatch is the device that everyone wants to make and that many people are already planning to purchase. This is not surprising as there has been quite a bit of news about them in the recent past (despite this being an old concept). Samsung, Apple, and others are pushing out their smart watches as companion devices and, in the case of Samsung, in conjunction with new phones. However the big boys are not the only ones entering the market. Guidertech, a Taiwanese company, is planning to build a smartwatch aimed at the healthcare market.

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After Samsung at their conference at the IFA in Berlin presented their smart watch Galaxy Gear, many wanted to know whether it can work also work with other Android devices and not just Galaxy ones. Specifically, Galaxy Gear currently only works with the Galaxy Note 3 phablet, making it much less interesting to those users who do not intend to buy the product just to be able to enjoy the benefits of Samsung's smart watch.

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Sunday, 01 September 2013 11:56

Google bought WIMM in secrecy


While we wait for the upcoming presentation of Samsung Smart watch, news that Google acquired a company that deals with exactly this area of technology leaked into public. The news are about WIMM Labs, which last year on their website announced that they became part of the exclusive and confidential business relationship and that they will stop development of their own production program.

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Sunday, 01 September 2013 11:38

Google's glasses becoming a fashion gadget


If you thought that Google's glasses in the final release will look the same as Exloper model which developers and early subscribed users get, you're wrong, because Google is working on improving the design that will allow the emergence of various "fashion models" for women and men, so you will be able to try Google Glass as if you were buying a preppy sunglasses.

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Monday, 19 August 2013 09:51

Samsung Gear smart watch on 4th of November


According to Bloomberg, Samsung will present their smart watch at the beginning of September. The device named Galaxy Gear will reportedly allow owners to make telephone calls, have internet access, and display e-mail, according to Bloomberg, citing two people familiar with the whole thing. The device should be presented at the event on 4th of September, two days before the opening of the IFA in Berlin.

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Wednesday, 14 August 2013 17:41

Google Glass for $299?


The commercial version of Google Glass glasses should be significantly cheaper than the current development release. Glasses were to a narrow circle of developers available at a price of $1500, but The China Post believes that version for a wider range of customers will be $299 which is much more affordable.

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