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2014-08-22 Wearable glass takes on privacy issues
Like GoPro, Pivothead's sport glasses are based on an Ambarella chipset with A-11 ARM processor, while various mods to enhance video capture and transfer run on Atheros chipsets.
2015-02-24 Top Google projects in 2015
Many of Google's experiments may seem kooky, but they're really designed to benefit the company's core ad business by bringing more Internet users online, many of whom will use Google Search
2015-06-11 Smart glass taps AR to take on consumer, industrial apps
Emerging technologies like AR comes with a series of challenges and opportunities. Still, as additional use cases develop the possibilities are endless.
2014-02-12 Korean researchers upgrade Google Glass
Researchers from KAIST leapfrogged Google's Project Glass with a custom chip geared to deliver augmented reality experiences on a heads-up display.
2014-12-05 Intel taps Italian designer for smart glass
Fashion may be the key to success in the wearables market. While Google Glass may have name recognition, its design is somewhat unwieldy. Up-and-coming Oculus is even chunkier.
2015-01-13 Intel invests $25M in Google Glass rival Vuzix
Intel provides capital for Vuzix's enterprise smart glass goals. The latter will be making Internet-connected glasses that are more stylish than Google Glass.
2014-05-06 Google Glass running on TI's OMAP 4430 chip
At the heart of Google Glass is an OMAP 4430 processor by Texas Instruments. The OMAP 4430 architecture observed in this teardown is presently an end-of-life/obsolete solution.
2014-01-13 Google Glass expands Hyundai's car human machine interface
Covisint worked with Hyundai to extend the dashboard functionalities of the car maker's offerings.
2015-02-09 Google Glass demise: Lessons for wearables designers
For a wearable device to be successful, the user should not be aware that he/she is wearing it, according to a human-computer interaction (HCI) expert, Mark DiPerri.
2015-07-24 Google gives clues to mobile plans
Google is giving consumers a sneak peek into its mobile roadmap with the recent acquisition of Pixate, a developer of mobile app tools, and with new details about Google Glass.
2014-03-20 Google enters smartwatch territory with Android Wear
With the launch of Android Wear Developer Preview, Google's OS platform is expected to inspire broader experimentation for the wearables market
2014-02-14 Google bets high on lower latency for cloud service
A Google fellow told attendees at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference that data center chips need lower latencies to keep up with the increase in volume of managed data
2016-01-28 Enterprise breathes new life to Google Glass
Google recently filed documents for its Google Glass 2 where it is reported to having healthcare, manufacturing and energy-related companies test out an improved version of Google Glass.
2014-05-15 Are consumers spending too much on Google Glass?
A teardown by IHS has revealed that Google Glass' total manufacturing cost is just 10% of its hefty selling price of $1,500. The bulk of the cost comes from non-material expenses such as non-recurring engineering and extensive software and platform development.
2014-04-21 'Earphone' could give Google Glass a run for its money
Samsung's one-sided headset, referred to in a patent application as Earphone, has only a single miniature head-up display that extends around to present itself in front of the user's eye.
2008-09-05 Opinion: Google's Chrome not yet for mainstream computing
My short test drive of Google's Chrome beta browser made it clear that the application is not ready for mainstream computing
2015-10-02 Google exec shares insights on IoT, wearables
Colt McAnlis, a developer advocate at Google, will be a keynote speaker at the forthcoming ARM TechCon where he promises to challenge our perceptions and offer his unique view of the world we live in
2012-07-20 Examining Google's Nexus 7 tablet
UBM TechInsights tore down Google's Nexus 7 tablet and found a few new chip vendors not normally found in high-end consumer devices
2014-10-27 Wearables in enterprises: Good, bad, inevitable
Innovations are expected to happen first in the enterprise, with the first wave of employees to use them include technicians, doctors, police and construction workers. However, chief information officers should brace themselves for security and integration challenges.
2014-06-02 Voice, gesture controls double as always-on observers
Always-on analytics pair with always-on connectivity and augmented reality, promising more conveniences where every gesture or every spoken word may create actionable data.
2014-12-05 Small form-factor electronics to benefit from compact DLPs
TI debuted its 11.4mm digital light processor for video and data display applications that include mobile projectors, screenless TVs, interactive displays and wearables such as near-eye displays.
2014-01-14 RPI demonstrates prototype light measurement system
The prototype Google Glass-based personal light measurement system is designed to use an Android app to help people understand their circadian rhythms to improve heath, happiness, and productivity.
2015-03-02 Mobile device market feels pressure from tech fatigue
As new mobile devices have expanded to fill the available space, the battle is now focused on niche differentiations, rather than the happy times of a market growing at full throttle.
2014-07-23 IoT drives energy harvesting solutions for wearables
One of the more recent emerging market segments covered under the Internet of Things that is particularly interesting from an energy harvesting perspective is the wearable electronics category.
2015-04-29 How can AR glasses be useful to distribution centres?
Live events just scratch the surface of how wearables and augmented reality can add value. A quick look at the distribution centre or manufacturing floor provides other avenues to their usefulness.
2014-07-22 CrowdOptic streams live content from every angle
The platform crowdsources footage through Glass or other smart device, organising the video streams into footage clusters with intersecting sightlines and making them searchable by field of view
2013-04-26 About 10M smart glasses to ship from 2012-16, says analyst
Driven by Google Glass, IHS predicted that smart glass shipments may rise to as high 6.6 million units in 2016, up from just 50,000 in 2012, for a total of 9.4 million units for the 5-year period.
2015-06-12 Smart glasses scale up power, connectivity, storage features
The R-7 from the Osterhout Design Group packs a quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC running at 2.7GHz, up from a 1.5GHz dual-core SoC in the current R-6 model, and includes 2GB LP-DDR3 memory.
2014-10-21 Ethernet Alliance meeting highlights emerging standards
The consensus meeting made clear that one or more 50G standards are needed, the debate over a 50G versus 100G serial lambda standard for optical nets is unresolved and the 2.5G/5G push looks promising.
2015-06-19 Intel buys smart eyewear manufacturer
Intel invested in Recon in 2013 with the goal of accelerating product development, marketing and sales, and hopes the formal acquisition will expand its presence in the head mounted display market.
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