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Aussie firm Chironix brings Zoom to Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Chironix says that many industries that take a hands-on approach to their work need to use video conferencing tools, but they are difficult to use and stop them from getting work done.
Exclusive: Three pairs of glasses that may revive the smart-eyewear trend
Strap on your favourite Star Trek spectacles because we are about to take a look at world of smart-eyewear...
Is there any hope for the smart glasses market?
While an appealing consumer smart glasses product has yet to be launched, the benefits are now being realised with vendors focusing on enterprise.
Hands-on review: Epson Moverio BT-200 AR Glasses
Epson (yes that Printer manufacturer) have taken a leap in creating their own version with full Augmented Reality (AR) coverage.
Google's new Project Aura focuses on 'building cool wearables'
Google appears to be working in earnest to fulfill its promise to revamp the Google Glass and bring a new wearable device to enterprises.
Google Glass: Now for the enterprise
Google Glass is quietly re-emerging, with reports that Google will distribute a version aimed at enterprise customers in coming months.
Say goodbye to Google Glass
Google has announced the Google Glass Explorer Program will be closing and the Explorer Edition of Glass will stop being sold after January 19 2015.
Will business travellers adopt wearables?
True disruption can only occur when a technology solves a problem in such a way that users can’t imagine doing the same task the old way ever again
Top 5 trends that will shape the future of ERP...
Businesses today are required to deal with technological advancements occurring at a pace never experienced before...
Google Glass hits Noel Leeming stores...
"We want to be first to bring technology to New Zealand – even if we can't sell it."
Exploring the market vision for Google Glass and beyond...
It's clear that our love affair with smartphones will soon rollover into the burgeoning world of wearable tech. So what's on the radar?
Wearable tech: $50 billion investment frenzy
Many giant electronics manufacturers, computer services companies and conglomerates have tens of billions of dollars in the bank that is instantly available for investment to counter their saturating sales in mature markets.
“That’s all, folks" as Google Glass sells out on Day One
"We're out of spots in the Explorer Program for now, but may have more to share soon..."
Google: Don’t be a Glasshole
Tech giant releases list of do’s and don’ts when wearing Google Glass…
Westpac eyes up Google Glass app and iBeacon tech...
"By the end of this year our customers will be able to walk into a shop wearing their Google Glasses, see something they like and instantly check their bank balance which will be displayed in their peripheral vision – that’s pretty cool."
Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
"Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair."
Wearable tech deluge poses workplace challenges and opportunities
Wearable technology is the Next Big Thing in the tech world, according to all the signs.
What to expect in 2014 - Wearable Computing
While wearable cameras and smart watches are much talked about, Angela McIntyre, research director at Gartner, believes digital health and fitness will be one of the hottest segments during 2014.
Fortinet claims a hardening stance towards BYOD in the workplace
There is a growing appetite of Generation Y employees contravening corporate policies governing use of own devices, personal cloud storage accounts and new technologies such as smart watches, Google Glass and connected cars.
Seeing Christchurch through new eyes
People will soon be able to walk the streets of Christchurch and see how it was before the earthquake using a wearable augmented reality device developed by the University of Canterbury.
For your thighs only… first Google Glass Porn released
Porn superstars each don a device to record the first-ever, two-way POV Glass porn. Warning: RT 18.
Dell wears its tech on its sleeve
Battling with the effects of a diminishing PC market, company admits it is "exploring the wearable tech space."
Google answers bizarre Glass questions
Check out the answers to some of the most ridiculous frequently asked Google Glass questions, such as "is it OK to go scuba diving with Glass?"
No bluffs in sight as casinos ban Google Glass
"If these eyeglasses were worn during a poker game, they could be used to broadcast a patron's hand to a confederate or otherwise be used in a collusive manner."