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‘Finally, a Real Business Use for Google Glass’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Finally, a Real Business Use for Google Glass”. Chris Taylor says, “Google Glass may be great for taking videos on the fly, and getting directions without bumping into people on the street. Beyond that, the wearable device has become something of a tired novelty, thanks to widespread privacy concerns and an array of self-aggrandizing characters in the Glass Explorer program. (Even reliable tech booster Robert Scoble has declared he’s no longer interested in using Glass.) But there’s surprisingly good news for Google in... [...]

‘Google Goes Mythbusting About Google Glass’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Google Goes Mythbusting About Google Glass”. Pete Pachal says, “Google Glass hasn’t had a great month. It was a factor in an alleged assault, got banned inmore restaurants, and one of its earliest advocates had harsh words for the device. NowGoogle has begun the damage control. In a lengthy post on Google+, the Glass team attacked several myths about the device, aimed at people who don’t yet have experience with it. The list dispels some of the most popular assumptions about Glass — that it’s always recording... [...]

‘Terminator No More: Google Glass Gets A Makeover’ – ‘ReadWrite’

The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “Terminator No More: Google Glass Gets A Makeover”. Taylor Hatmaker says, “For nearly a year, Google Glass Explorers who lacked 20/20 vision—or didn’t feel like getting crafty with duct tape—were left high and dry with no way to make Glass play nice with prescription lenses. That functionality was among the device’s most requested features—and now it’s here. As the company announced on Google+, Glass-friendly frames are now available in Google’s online Glass store. The online storefront stocks Glass itself (still an astronomical... [...]

‘How Google Glass Could Be Your Smart Home Command Center’ – ‘ReadWrite’

The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “How Google Glass Could Be Your Smart Home Command Center”. Taylor Hatmaker says, “If Google Glass blossoms into the everyday wearable of Google’s wildest dreams, we’ll have every incentive to keep the smart visor glued to our faces all the live long day. Glass is handy for travel, commuting and generally being out and about, and it could also mean big things for that nebulous future we’ve collectively dubbed “the connected home.” This realm roughly extends from just beyond the threshold of our smart-locked front doors through... [...]

‘Google Glass Upgrade Arrives Just in Time for New Year’s’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Google Glass Upgrade Arrives Just in Time for New Year’s”. Pete Pachal says, “Google is ready to send the upgraded version of Google Glass starting the week of Dec. 30, according to an email Mashable received from the Glass Explorer program.Google gave owners of Google Glass a one-time option to trade in their old Glass units and upgrade to the new model in November. If you agreed, Google said it would reserve a spot “in line” for the upgrade, with an email to follow when it’s ready“. Google Glass... [...]

‘Eye Publishing: Google Glass Gets WordPress Plugin’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Eye Publishing: Google Glass Gets WordPress Plugin”. Samantha Murphy Kelly says, “The articles you read in the future could be published through voice command or even a pair of eyes.Google Glass users will now have access to a plugin app that works with the WordPress publishing platform, giving media organizations and bloggers a way to post and update stories, photos and videos directly through the high-tech eyewear. The wpForGlass plugin — developed by public relations agency Weber Shandwick and not officially launched from WordPress... [...]

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