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As Google Glass gains momentum, companies and researchers are trying to decide what will be the next big breakthrough in wearable technology.
Efforts are underway to make your smart toilet—and other connected devices—less vulnerable to hackers.
The company wants to improve its mobile search services by automatically delivering information you wouldn’t think to search for online.
For its wearable computer to be accepted, Google must convince people that the device isn’t creepy.
Augmented reality hasn’t yet lived up to its promise, but it could catch on in situations where it makes employees more efficient.
In Google’s backyard, a startup has its eyes on glasses that offer more ways to interact with the digital world.
Glass is still a pain to use, but a few apps reveal what it could become.
New software lets you mark places as off-limits for wearable camera gadgets like Google Glass.
Starting with Google Glass, wearable technology could usher in a new era of security weaknesses, researchers say.
Developers complain that by banning facial recognition for Glass, Google is hindering doctors, police, and others.