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Wearables 2015: Smart Glasses, AR Headsets and Cams

April 2, 2015


As the ripples caused by Google Glass’ withdrawal of the Explorer programme fade, there is still debate going on about what an acceptable wearable technology looks like One of the key phases of any new technology is public acceptance. Google Glass seemingly had insurmountable barriers in its current format – technical flaws and the perception […]

Wearable Technology Show 2015 Promises Fit Health Revolution

February 24, 2015


London’s Wearable Technology Show promises global launches and hot prototypes in fitness, healthcare and lifestyle Expect a packed house at this year’s Wearable Technology Show. Numbers showing their products at the 2015 event have increased 60 per cent from last year, with more than 100 companies on hand, including Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Jawbone and Misfit […]

Update: What Really Killed Google Glass

January 24, 2015


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Glass Languishes in the Long Grass as Google ends Explorer Mission

January 23, 2015


Pundits everywhere are questioning the relevance of Google Glass following the company’s decision to end its Explorer programme and suspend production until the headset is updated for full commercial release. Unsurprisingly there were some unkind summaries following Google’s decision to end the Explorer programme for its Glass smartwear. CNET opted for a farewell and thanks […]

Tech bits: Hidden trackers, awesome Goliath projects and the Pale Blue Dot

December 23, 2014


Surveillance has been one of the big stories this  year but do not assume it is only big government in action, corporates who covet personal data are just as intrusive. Companies who want to couple themselves to us by using personal details to market to us individually are big data snatchers too. In an excellent BBC […]

Vets go wearable tech with surgical Glass

October 20, 2014


Medical and veterinary clinicians are surrounded by high tech equipment for diagnostics and surgery, whether it is magnetic resonance imaging, digital x-ray technology, ultrasound or laparoscopy for keyhole surgery, but with the introduction of Google Glass and wearable technologies, commercial devices are offering up new possibilities in medicine. Early adopters of Google Glass were dubbed […]

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