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Tiny mollusc on beach could hold key to augmented reality

A tiny mollusc found on British shores may hold the secret to developing an “augmented version” of reality – a discovery that could potentially revolutionise the fledgling world of wearable apps such as Google Glass. 590 more words

Augmented Reality

The slope of enlightenment

When Are New Technologies Ready For Business Development?

Exponentially advancing technologies (networks and sensors, infinite computing, artificial intelligence, robotics, synthetic biology, 3D printing, etc.) are producing disruptive growth and have begun transforming our world. 113 more words

Economics

WWE Toured Silicon Valley, So Here's John Cena And Hulk Hogan Being Dorky Old Men With Technology

WrestleMania 31 will be taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area, so John Cena, Hulk Hogan and various McMahons went on a whirlwind tour of Silicon Valley, visiting the headquarters of Google, Facebook and their beloved Twitter. 483 more words

Sports

Google Glass gets a new boss, the man behind the iPod and Nest

Google Glass Review

The search giant is tapping Tony Fadell, who worked at Apple and co-founded the Nest thermostat company, to oversee its connected-eyewear project. 185 more words

Ipod Repairs

Google Apps Features Wish List

Over the past year, I have used a range of Google Apps to support my courses at Virginia Tech. While these Apps have transformed the way I approach the delivery of my courses, I believe there is room to further improve the Apps to help faculty/teachers create a flexible and integrated course platform. 899 more words

General Interest

The Genius Bar Goes Concierge

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A makeover is coming to Apple’s Genius Bar. 9to5mac.com says they’re launching what they call a Concierge service. Once you’re in the store and the problem is inputted in their system, they will send you text messages…freeing you to go shop elsewhere while you wait. 74 more words

Innovation in Teaching Using Google Apps

This afternoon, I had the pleasure of talking with the PGG doctoral students about life as a faculty member and how I approach the design of my courses. 943 more words

General Interest