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Google working on a more subtle, less ridiculous version of Glass

After years of ridicule and ‘glasshole’ comments, it looks like Google is making an effort to ensure its Glass wearable looks a little more subtle and a little less ridiculous in the future by packing its all important tech within the device itself. According to Gizmodo, Google has filed a new patent that includes the photo above. As you can see, the …

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Becca CaddyGoogle working on a more subtle, less ridiculous version of Glass
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New wearable diagnoses diabetes complications

Taiwanese scientists have invented a wearable that looks like Google Glass, but can diagnose a common and devastating side-effect of diabetes. Autonomic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur in either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, and which can affect some of the body’s most essential functions, including the digestive system, the urinary tract, and the …

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Diane ShipleyNew wearable diagnoses diabetes complications
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Online conversation analysis reveals wearables are more popular with women

Women are much more positive about wearable technology than their male counterparts, a social media monitoring platform has found. Brandwatch partnered with Brilliant Noise to gather and analyse more than eight million online conversations about wearable technology between the months of January 2013 and July 2014. While it found that men dominated the conversation (65%), female authors were 42% more positive when giving an …

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Sadie HaleOnline conversation analysis reveals wearables are more popular with women
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Say goodbye to touch pads and mouses, with Myo

Wearables are becoming a daily part of peoples lives slowly but surely, from smart-watches, health monitors to Google Glass, and most all tend to be doing the same thing, from quick access to your notifications to reading your heart rate. Now, there is a new boy on the scene, called the Myo, brought to us by ThalmicLabs. The Myo itself …

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Craig FoxSay goodbye to touch pads and mouses, with Myo
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Google Glass – now you can grab a free demo

Until recently Google Glass has been a bit of a rarity in the wild with it only being available to developers and anyone prepared to pay the high price of $1500. However, according to Cnet, the company is now offering demos of its flagship wearable. Yesterday emails were sent out inviting Google users to ‘sit down with a Glass Guide’. There is of course a …

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Craig FoxGoogle Glass – now you can grab a free demo
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MindRDR: This Google Glass app lets you take photos and share them – just by thinking

The ability to mind-read is fast becoming a reality, thanks to a brand new app for Google Glass, which allows you to take photos and share them using only your brainwaves. Called MindRDR, the app was developed by London-based user experience company This Place and requires the NeuroSky EEG Biosensor to work. It’s this additional sensor, which you also wear around your …

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Sadie HaleMindRDR: This Google Glass app lets you take photos and share them – just by thinking

Google Glass is now available to the public, but will anyone buy it?

Today Google has launched its highly-anticipated eyewear device, Google Glass, to the masses. But how many will cough up the cash for the controversial new wearable? If you weren't one of the "chosen ones" (officially known as Explorers) to…

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Becca CaddyGoogle Glass is now available to the public, but will anyone buy it?

Google Project Glass goggles used at New York Fashion Week

Back in April Google revealed limited details about Project Glass, which is essentially a code word for a pair of super sci-fi goggles complete with built-in Augmented Reality tech, the ability to capture photos and video, a 3G connected…

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Becca CaddyGoogle Project Glass goggles used at New York Fashion Week