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Google to end sales of its Google Glass eyewear.

by on January 16th, 2015

Well, not entirely but just its current generation. Instead the company will focus on next-generation Glass, with a new team working on its development at Google, under current manager Ivy Ross. However, Google announced that it remained committed to launching the consumer version of Glass. The company added that the Explorer program was kind of […]


Wearables Polished and Primed at CES for a Connected Future

by on January 12th, 2015

The wearable device proliferation of 2014 continued apace at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, with several device manufacturers showcasing different aesthetics for their devices, and perhaps most tellingly saying ‘wait-and-see’ for releases at MWC (Mobile World Congress) and later this year. What releases there have been are less about expanding the capabilities of the […]


Intel Pivots to Glass as Google’s Vision Remains Rose-Tinted

by on December 11th, 2014

The news that Intel’s MICA smart band is based on ARM-like architecture from Infineon signals a shift in the chipmaker’s thinking on wearables, something that has only been further suggested by more recent reports that Intel’s processors will now live inside the next version of Google Glass. Whether these new chips will be the ones […]


HP and Autodesk Announce 3D Printing Partnership

by on December 4th, 2014

Previously, I blogged about HP entering the 3D printing space with a new technology called Multi-Jet Fusion, capable of printing ten times faster than other technologies. Now HP has announced a partnership with Autodesk to integrate the latter’s Spark Platform into HP’s forthcoming Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printers. Spark is an ‘open 3D printing software […]


The Year of Encryption

by on November 7th, 2014

“Milk and cookies kept you awake, eh Rubin? You’d better come up.” The release of the latest in Google’s Nexus line of the devices, the 6 (phablet) and 9 (tablet) has signalled first general availability of Android 5.0, aka Lollipop. The preceding weeks have seen the iOS ecosystem of devices gradually be updated to its […]


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