News Sergey Brin: Why Google Glass?
It's not a demo, more of a philosophical argument: Why did Sergey Brin and his team at Google want to build an eye-mounted camera/computer, codenamed Glass? Onstage at TED2013, Brin calls for a new way of seeing our relationship with our mobile compu
News Treading Carefully, Google Encourages Developers to Hack Glass
http://www.technologyreview.com, By Jessica Leber
Breaking its own restrictions, Google will show developers how to build any kind of app for Google Glass.
News Nothing to Sniff at: An Electronic Nose for Vintners?
For winemakers (and wine drinkers), a keen sense of smell is essential. Without smell, one can taste little.
News RoboKeg Is a Heady Mix of Technology and Beer
Long beer lines may be the most hipster of first-world problems, but that hasn't stopped a team of self-described "lazy hackers" from doing something about it.
News SPLC: "Right-wing media will teach you to build untraceable assault rifles"
It has long been legal to make your own firearm at home for your own use, as long as it is not intended for resale. But now that someone is making a buck selling info on how to do it, the contract government agents at SPLC are going insane.
News Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones
http://www.usnews.com, By Jason Koebler
Worried about an unmanned plane looking into your window? This small detector could alert you when robot planes buzz past
News A Famous iPhone Hacker Just Jailbroke Google Glass And Found Potential Security Problems
Not even Google Glass can stand up to the itchy fingers of famed iPhone hacker Jay Freeman.
News Crowdfund A Shield That Protects Against Snooping Drones
http://www.popsci.com, By Kelsey D. Atherton
In September 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration will open standard US airspace to drones.
News Ramesh Raskar: Imaging at a trillion frames per second
Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography, a new type of imaging so fast it visualizes the world one trillion frames per second, so detailed it shows light itself in motion.
News Shapeshifting Smartphone Literally Bends To Your Command
Colin Lecher via PopSci.com
We've seen ideas for flexible, paper-thin electronics before, but these prototypes for stretchy mobile devices are pretty neat.
News How a Cheap Plastic Film Can Give Your Smartphone a 3-D Screen
Mike Orcutt via TechnologyReview.com
A plastic smartphone screen cover patterned with tiny lenses could help mobile 3-D take off.
News Powertraveller silverback-gorilla portable power pack runs a laptop all day
http://www.gizmag.com, By C.C. Weiss
In its travels, portable power system manufacturer Powertraveller says that it's come across the question many times: "Can you make a battery with enough charge to run a laptop all day?" It now has an answer. The silverback-gorilla is its beefiest po
News LED Lightbulb Roundup & Cree 60w LED Review
We review the new Cree 60w equivalent LED Lightbulb that just hit Home Depot shelves, and do a complete roundup of several LED bulbs including the new Philips L-prize bulb to see which of these light bulbs perform the best.
News Twitter is secretly experimenting with Google Glass functionality
http://www.digitaltrends.com, By Francis Bea
Google Glasses is stirring up both excitement and derision. Regardless, developers are scooping up a chance to port their existing platforms to these $1,500 glasses.
News Morephone: the most deformed phone you'll see today
The phones of the future have been rumored to be watches or a bracelets for quite a while. But what's been missing is the crumpled piece of paper form factor.
News Water resistant Samsung Galaxy SIV on the way?
To compete in todays competitive Smartphone market; you need to give a good reason to your customers to buy your product.
News The First Elevated-Pin Braille Smartphone Gets A Prototype
Colin Lecher via PopSci.com
Incoming text gets translated into braille through little pins, constantly moving up and down to convey what's happening in the phone.
Headlines: The First Elevated-Pin Braille Smartphone Gets A Prototype -- Water resistant Samsung Galaxy SIV on the way?
-- Morephone: the most deformed phone you'll see today -- Twitter is secretly experimenting with Google Glass functionality
-- LED Lightbulb Roundup & Cree 60w LED Review -- Powertraveller silverback-gorilla portable power pack runs a laptop all day -- $10 CREE LED LIGHT BULB REVIEW -- How a Cheap Plastic Film Can Give Your Smartphone a 3-D Screen -- Shapeshifting Smartphone Literally Bends To Your Command -- Tiny New Compound Camera Is Built Like a Bugs Eye -- Ramesh Raskar: Imaging at a trillion frames per second -- Crowdfund A Shield That Protects Against Snooping Drones -- A Famous iPhone Hacker Just Jailbroke Google Glass And Found Potential Security Problems -- Google Glass preview -- Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones -- SPLC: "Right-wing media will teach you to build untraceable assault rifles" -- Liberator - Dawn of the Wiki Weapons -- RoboKeg Is a Heady Mix of Technology and Beer -- AT&T Lumia 900 finally gets Windows Phone 7.8 update
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