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Google posts first specs for Glass

Like most big-name brands, when it has news to launch, Google makes a big deal about it. And the news on Glass keeps on coming. After earlier today indicating that Glass devices were now rolling off the production line, albeit in limited quantities, Google has now begun talking actual physical specs, although not really in […]

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Power a mini PC with two AA batteries

Mini PCs shot out of the gate in May 2012 and their numbers have swelled in the last 12 months as more and more models take advantage of chip designer ARM’s low-power consumption. However, while most of the available models take on the TV stick form factor, powering them has generally required either a USB […]

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Twitter to get new content deal with Viacom and NBCUniversal?

The rumour mill has begun to hit overdrive that the popular micro-blog website is in talks with a couple of major media players to expand its video content. TechCrunch is reporting the rumours that Twitter is in discussions with Viacom and NBNUniversal over a deal to provide video clips and advertising content. Twitter is already […]

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Google launches MyGlass companion app for Android

With news that Google Glass is starting to roll of the production line – albeit in limited numbers – the software side of the new device has come online. Google has just uploaded the first MyGlass companion app for Android on the Google Play app store. The app, which weighs 3.5MB, requires a minimum of […]

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Google Glass starts rolling off the production line

Google has just begun notifying all of its Glass devotees that the first few Google Glasses have begun rolling off the production line. According to techcrunch, the revolutionary device will begin launch in the next few weeks so that developers can try them before Google I/O conference begins on May 15. Google is expected to […]

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