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Next Generation of Google Glass Aimed at Enterprise Users

When Google announced early this year that it would halt sales Relevant Products/Services of Google Glass, many observers were quick to label the computing-enabled eyewear experiment a failure. Presently it swung full upon us and—stopped. The tension on our nerves was near the breaking point, and I doubt if any of us breathed for the few moments he held us …

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Lenovo Tapping Google’s Project Tango for First Smartphone

Computer tech company Lenovo is dancing its way into the smartphone market — with Google. Lenovo took the lid off plans for its first consumer mobile device at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week. “To break new ground in today’s hypercompetitive smartphone and tablet industries, we must take innovation risks — it’s the only way to truly change the …

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Google Starts Testing Password-Free Logins Using Your Phone

Passwords — especially weak ones or those used across multiple systems — can create all kinds of vulnerabilities and security headaches for people and businesses. The test was brought to light yesterday when reddit user rp1226 posted documents and screenshots from Google’s experiment on the Android subreddit. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early …

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Fashion brands up the smartwatch game with designer Android Wear watch faces

​Already tired of your smartwatch’s limited array of customisation options? Yeah, us too. Well, Google has partnered with a number of fashion brands to bring a new mix of designer Android Wear watch faces to the mix and bolster those update options slightly. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early model of his Apple …

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Open your wallets for these Mega Man headphones

​Mega Man is awesome, headphones are great – what happens when you combine the two? You get what you see above. For a cool $99.99 (around £70) you can pick up a pair of these limited edition Mega Man headphones – though Emio only ships to the US for the time being. It’s not just the actual headset that’s ace, either …

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Ride-hailing company Lyft Inc. said Monday it’s partnering with General Motors Co.

With the investment, Lyft is much smaller than Uber, the giant of the ride-hailing space.Here are some of the major players who are changing the way we get from Point A to Point B. Funding: More than $10 billion from traditional venture investors, institutional lenders and tech giants like Google, Microsoft and China’s Baidu, which see value both in its …

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Rhiannon Williams: It’s nice to be nice, but better to be Steve Jobs?

Who cares if the Apple co-founder was a volatile man who was difficult to deal with? Sometimes that’s the price of genius. Can a great man be a good man? This is the question posed by the trailer for Steve Jobs, a biopic of the late co-founder of the world’s most valuable company (and, the film suggests, not always a …

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Calais migrants charging people to view Banksy mural of Apple’s Steve Jobs

In an entrepreneurial spirit Jobs might have been proud of, migrants and refugees ask for £3.60 to view the street artist’s mural. Migrants in Calais have started charging people to view a mural by elusive street artist Banksy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early model of his Apple …

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Don’t fear the frictionless economy – for it makes the consumer king

The disappearance of train tickets will be just another step in the remorseless march of convenience. The tide of technology has claimed another victim. No more will the traditional cry of “Tickets, please!” echo through Britain’s railway carriages. Or if it does, it will be met with the puzzled reaction: “What’s a train ticket?” For passengers nationwide will soon – …

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Apple buys company that scans your face to read emotions

Emotient, bought for an undisclosed sum, uses facial recognition technology to detect a range of nine emotions. Your iPhone may one day be able to know whether you’re happy or upset after Apple bought a company that uses facial-recognition technology to read people’s emotions. The technology company has acquired Emotient, an American start-up that can detect the slightest changes in …

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