Forbes The Wearable Era Is Here: How Wearable Tech Will Impact How We ... Forbes By now, we are all familiar with the Post-PC era: a time when SmartPhones, tablets and other mobile devices have pushed aside PCs.
Eyewear or Wristwear: Shoot Out at the Wearable Tech Corral Huffington Post Are you a wrist person or a glasses person? As we hurtle towards the post cell phone world, the next generation of trendsetters are deciding which one it's going to be.
The software giant has been developing a cross-platform gadget that continuously measures heart rate, Forbes has learned. Initially gunning for fitness enthusiasts, the watch could see Microsoft make a bigger play for healthcare further down the line.
The Atlantic The Future of Wearables Makes Cool Gadgets Meaningful The Atlantic Existing wearables, ranging from the FitBit (a sleeker version of a pedometer) to the Pebble watch to Google glass headsets to the forthcoming iWatch, largely fall into...
Glass Almanac First Look: All 13 Diane Von Furstenberg Google Glass Frames are Now On Sale Glass Almanac As promised, the “DVF for Glass” series of Google Glass frames and shades is now on sale to the general public.
"The Daily Show" took a full swing at Google Glass on Thursday. Once just a funny-looking face-computer, the device has transformed into something of a $1,500 embodiment of both modern privacy invasion and America's yawning wealth divide.
Google Glasses: "They Make Me Feel Powerful" Forbes Harvard Business School released a case study on Google Google Glass. The students will analyze Google's marketing strategy and debate how the company can maximize the potential of Glass.
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