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China's Baidu may compete with their own version of Google Glass

Google may be in the works to produce their Google Glass, but now they have a direct competitor with another search engine from the east – China’s Baidu. Baidu Inc. is currently in the process of developing what they call the “Baidu Eye”, and they do have a prototype that is being tested.  However, the company says they aren’t sure if they will actually be marketing the idea and may wait to see how Google does with their own version first.Kaiser Kuo, who serves as an official spokesman for Baidu, describes the device as something similar to the Google Glass.  It will contain a small LCD screen in the eyewear that would allow for voice commands.  Kuo said it would also be able to interpret facial recognition match, which is something Google glass has not promoted.The image search along with facial recognition allows for the user to check images against Baidu’s stockpile of images, much like Google


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Antitrust suit accuses Google of stifling search innovation - CNET

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Economic Times Antitrust suit accuses Google of stifling search innovation CNET The lawsuit goes on to suggest that the overall quality of Internet search would improve were device makers bound by Google's MADAs allowed to choose a search engine...
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Secret Contracts Keep Google In Control Of Mobile Search Argues Lawsuit - Search Engine Land

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ITProPortal Secret Contracts Keep Google In Control Of Mobile Search Argues Lawsuit Search Engine Land With default search engine status providing access to more searches, Google's competitors in search would become more effective as they processed...

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