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Prescription Google Glass Is Real And Coming Soon [Photos]

Last month, we caught wind that Google will be introducing prescription versions of Google Glass — you know, for those of us with less than perfect eyesight. That’s been my one barrier to entry so far: I need prescription glasses. I’ve passed on three different offers to buy Glass just because of it. Good news: [...]

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Google Glass Finally Getting Prescription Lenses

We’ve talked extensively about Google Glass, and it’s likely you’ve read plenty of accounts about it and even seen people using it. With the Glass Explorer program in full swing, there are plenty of them out there. One of the most-requested enhancements to Google Glass is the ability to use prescription lenses. For those of [...]

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Google is Rolling Out Invites for Google Glass

You might remember the early days of Gmail, when you had to be “invited” by one of your friends to get an account. Google has done it with several of their emerging products in the past, and other companies have used the same concept (you’re not still waiting for your Simple Bank invite, right?) From [...]

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We Spent Some Time With Google Glass [PHOTOS]

The first round of Google Glass (part of the Explorer program) are hitting the streets. My friend Chad picked up his last weekend, so of course I had to take them for a spin. Three observations: – They don’t fold up like normal glasses. Instead, you get a rather large carrying pouch to store them [...]

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Google Reveals Glass Specs

As the Google Glass Explorer program takes off, we finally have some specs to share about the hardware. Google just published this Support page with the full rundown. The highlights: a 5mp camera with 720p video recording, 16gb of internal storage and a full day of battery life. Here’s what else you can expect: Fit [...]

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Under Armour Thinks Touchscreen Clothing Is The Next Big Thing

In the fitness world today, devices that collect performance data and give feedback to users are all the rage. Products like the Nike+ FuelBand, Fitbit, and Jawbone UP are becoming more and more popular as people look to measure and quantify their efforts during exercise. A concept video from athletic apparel maker Under Armour shows [...]