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E-Ink jewelry is the new look, Tago Arc wants to be the trendsetter (crowdfunding)

Fashion designers everywhere are taking note of the future of wearable technology. For the most part, wearing a computer has been relegated to fitness-based purposes like Fitbit and Microsoft Band, or smartwatches based on smartphone connectivity. However, as the market grows, so do the possibilities for smart accessories of all kinds. The Tago Arc is […]

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The New York Times explains why Google’s Glass Explorer program shut down

Less than a month ago, word came down from the big guys at Google that the Glass Explorer program was shutting down and the company would stop selling the wearable device to the public. The news was somewhat of a shock. It came out of nowhere. At least, that is how it felt from the public’s […]

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Google reveals Project Glass, tries to make augmented reality look cool

Bluetooth headsets changed the way many people use cellphones. Instead of holding a brick of metal or plastic up to your ear, you can keep your phone in your pocket while you talk. Now Google is unveiling a project that could bring the same sort of hands-free operating to smartphones, complete with maps, video chat, […]

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Epson Moverio BT-100 wearable display brings Android to eye level

It seems like smartphone screens are getting bigger and bigger all the time. But you know what’s even bigger than a 5.3 inch Samsung Galaxy Note display? A virtual 80 inch screen floating in space before your eyes. The Epson Moverio BT-100 is a wearable display that fits inside a pair of glasses and shines […]