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Driver ticketed while wearing Google Glass not guilty, California court says

Driver ticketed while wearing Google Glass not guilty, California court says

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We know texting and driving is a terrible thing to do. But what about wearing Google Glass while driving? Commissioner John Blair within the San Diego, California traffic court threw out a citation that was given to a woman driving with Google Glass.... >>

Verb watch and flash drive combo gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, watch this space

Verb watch and flash drive combo gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, watch this space

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The Verb watch isn't quite a smart watch but does double as a wearable flash drive. Made from resilient silicone, the Verb is a 4GB flash drive that can be worn on your wrist. It not only stores data but also displays the time on its LED face. At a glance... >>

Stylish smart glasses are coming thanks to Vuzix, hipsters rejoice

Stylish smart glasses are coming thanks to Vuzix, hipsters rejoice

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Vuzix has reached a deal with an unnamed major electronics company that will lead to smart glasses that actually look good. At the moment even Google Glass looks a bit silly. As does the Vuzix M100 that's currently available. The problem right now is... >>

Atheer Labs has nailed smart glasses with on-lens 3D displays and gesture controls

Atheer Labs has nailed smart glasses with on-lens 3D displays and gesture controls

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Smart glasses, including Google Glass and Vuzix M100, have shown a lot of potential but nobody has got it perfect, until the Atheer One. The Atheer One is currently still in the early phases of production, with IndieGoGo funding. It has a 65-degree field... >>

Turn your watch into a smartwatch using a Bluetooth: CSR jewellery is just the start

Turn your watch into a smartwatch using a Bluetooth: CSR jewellery is just the start

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CSR has unveiled its smart jewellery of the future that contains a tiny embedded Bluetooth chip. But even better than a bracelet or necklace that lights up when you get a text, the Bluetooth hardware is open source for anyone. The jewellery we... >>

LG announces Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, compatible with iOS and Android

LG announces Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, compatible with iOS and Android

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LG has taken the wraps off a few details surrounding its Lifeband Touch fitness tracker, ahead of its press event on Monday morning at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.  Details are still scant, but LG does confirm on its South Korean blog that the Lifeband Touch... >>

Vuzix V720 video headphones combo puts a 720p 3D screen on your face

Vuzix V720 video headphones combo puts a 720p 3D screen on your face

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Vuzix has just won a 2014 CES Innovation Award for its new V720 video headphones. This gorgeous looking headset offers headphone sound while plonking two screens at 720p right in front of your eyes. The dual screens are housed in a visor that lets you... >>

Hyundai Genesis car will be controlled by your wearables including Google Glass

Hyundai Genesis car will be controlled by your wearables including Google Glass

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Hyundai has just announced that its 2015 Genesis model will be smart, thanks to Blue Link which will allow it to be controlled using wearable gadgets, including Google Glass. Blue Link is Hyundai's cloud-based platform that mediates between the car and... >>

Ferrari designer's smart bracelet to cost $189,000

Ferrari designer's smart bracelet to cost $189,000

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The Ferrari designer's smart bracelet brings with it a rare combination: super sports cars and alcohol. At a jaw-dropping $189,000 (£115,000) it will get you into the most exclusive clubs and even order your drinks for you. It's a far cry from the fitness... >>

Sony SmartWatch 3 to appear at CES next week?

Sony SmartWatch 3 to appear at CES next week?

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A successor to Sony's SmartWatch 2 could be unveiled at CES next week in the form of the SmartWatch 3. According to an FCC product filing, the Sony SmartWatch 3 - referred to as SWR10 BT Wrist Notifier - will come with Bluetooth notifications and NFC... >>