Google Glasses will Augment your Vision

By Brian Geary on Apr 5, 2012 7:56:53 AM

The newest invention to come out of the king of search is one that is sure to impress any one that lays their eyes on it. Google's augmented reality glasses, codenamed 'Project Glass', are wearable glasses that project certain information pertaining to your environment. The glasses gather information from computer generated input such as a built in video camera that analyzes surroundings, microphone that is used for voice commands, and GPS which is used to gather information about your location, and project it onto your glasses directly into your line of site.

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Is the PC Dead?

By Brian Geary on Mar 27, 2012 5:12:49 AM

 

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5 Awesome Features of Windows 8

By Brian Geary on Mar 20, 2012 7:31:50 AM

 

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In the News Today - "PayPal Here"

By Brian Geary on Mar 16, 2012 6:26:38 AM

Mashable - PayPal unveiled its new PayPal Here, a small business mobile payment system. First shown on Thursday, it’s a combination of a free mobile app and thumb-sized card reader, putting a PayPal cash register in the pocket of anybody who wants one.

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Is The New iPad a Bust?

By Brian Geary on Mar 9, 2012 4:37:27 AM

It’s beautiful. It’s fast. It’s sleek. It’s an iPad.

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3 Apps Making an Impact at SXSW

By Brian Geary on Mar 7, 2012 7:44:38 AM

For those of you that don’t know, SXSWstands for South by Southwest, a music, film and interactive conference that takes place every spring in Austin, Texas. SXSW started as a music festival in 1987 and the Film Conference and Interactive Festival made their debut in 1994.SXSW is a place where the little guy can be seen in a big way. This year there are several new and impressive apps from some small developers that are really going to shine and make a big splash on a mobile phone near you in 2012. 

Highlight

Highlight is the forerunner to take the crown at this years SXSW. Highlight is a mobile app that uses your phones GPS to track the whereabouts of you and other Highlight users. If you cross paths with another Highlight user it will show you their profile, common interests, mutual friends, and photos. The app uses Facebook as its sole login method, which may be a selling point for some, but for others, it may be the reason they don’t use the app.

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