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Apple's Rumored iPhone 5s Could Jump Start Mobile Payments - Forbes

Apple's Rumored iPhone 5s Could Jump Start Mobile Payments - Forbes | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
As mobile payments heat up, Apple may bring a security solution to market that will pour gas on this technology fire.
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Google Patent For Glass - Business Insider

Google Patent For Glass - Business Insider | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
Google recently applied for a patent that would enable a wearable computer with a head-mounted display (like Glass) to control physical objects like refrigerators, espresso machines, and garage doors.
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Police: UCF student had attack timeline

Police: UCF student had attack timeline | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on a former student who killed himself but seemed to have a plot for a bomb attack.
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The Future of Wearable Technology - AAPL, GLW, GOOG - Foolish Blogging Network

The Future of Wearable Technology - AAPL, GLW, GOOG - Foolish Blogging Network | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
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Darryl Przybylski's comment, March 20, 2013 11:45 PM
Before I read this article, I believed that this type of technology (Google Glass & Apple iwatch) would not be available in this day & age. Google glass will be so handy to have, especially operating the device by voice & hand movements. I would definitely purchase Google glass for the set price of $1500. I also would get the “iwatch” because it synchronizes with your iphone.
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How Google Glass Will Revolutionize 9 Industries

How Google Glass Will Revolutionize 9 Industries | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
Some of them won't survive. (How Google Glass Will Totally Revolutionize These 9 Industries http://t.co/WdkqP8fEHS)
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Google is getting a smartwatch now too?

Google is getting a smartwatch now too? | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
First Apple, then Samsung, and now Google. Word has it that another tech giant is working on its own wrist technology being developed in its Android unit. Read this article by Dara Kerr on CNET News.
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Google Glass eye-piece patent secured

Google Glass eye-piece patent secured | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
Earlier, we learned about a patent Google secured that detailed a way to control and interact with real-world objects through the use of augmented reality. That.
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Seattle bar bans Google Glass to prevent invasion of privacy (and ugly eyewear)

Seattle bar bans Google Glass to prevent invasion of privacy (and ugly eyewear) | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
A Seattle bar has banned patrons from wearing Google Glass inside.
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Darryl Przybylski's comment, March 20, 2013 11:59 PM
Google glass cost $1500, there is no way in hell that I would take these glass to a pub. If I do they would be broken by the end of the night. “5 point cafe” is just trying to get media attention.
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When wearable computing meets the Pilates shirt

When wearable computing meets the Pilates shirt | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
Design firm Artefact comes up with a new concept piece: a Pilates shirt that monitors muscle movement, prompts you to correct your body position, and 'doesn't look like a computer you're wearing.' Read this article by Jay Greene on CNET.
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Google Glass Concept Design - Business Insider

Google Glass Concept Design - Business Insider | Wearable Technologies | Scoop.it
First, a reminder of what Google Glass looks like now Lamm's reimagined design sees the glasses wrapping around the back of the user's head. With more of the hardware out of sight, the device becomes less obtrusive to ...
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This concept is just the tip of the ice-berg. In many years there will be numerous variation of this type of technology. The concept helps us become less dependable and technology orientated in our day-to-day life style. It helps us realise what a world we live in. Cannot wait for the release of this product.

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