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For its wearable computer to be accepted, Google must convince people that the device isn’t creepy.
The search company is developing a computer in a pair of glasses. But why would anyone wear them?
Developers complain that by banning facial recognition for Glass, Google is hindering doctors, police, and others.
Thad Starner thinks people will soon crave the ultrafast communication that Google Glass makes possible.
Glass is still a pain to use, but a few apps reveal what it could become.
The hype around Google’s new wearable computers might not translate into a big market for apps for a while.
As Google Glass gains momentum, companies and researchers are trying to decide what will be the next big breakthrough in wearable technology.
The company wants to improve its mobile search services by automatically delivering information you wouldn’t think to search for online.
A lightweight wearable display that tethers to a phone got its first public outing this week in Las Vegas.