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Google Glass Project Sees the World Through AR-Tinted Glasses

Google has revealed its long-rumored plans to create augmented reality eyeglasses. Augmented reality is a live, direct or indirect view of a physical environment that’s augmented by computer-generated input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Work on the AR glasses is proceeding as Project Glass, which is part of the Google X Lab, […]

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Yahoo fires while Skype hires

Yahoo confirms it is axing 2,000 posts to save $ 375m a year, but Skype is hiring in London and elsewhere. BBC News – Technology Source: bbc.com

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World’s most sensitive scale weighs atoms to the nearest proton

Most of the things that we measure aren’t critical and we can have a pretty large margin of error and be okay. For instance if you’re weighing yourself a pound low or high isn’t a big deal. However, when scientists are weighing very small and low mass objects such as atoms, a tiny margin of […]

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OCZ Vertex 4 SSD delivers 535MB/s with new controller

OCZ has outed its latest performance solid-state drive, the OCZ Vertex 4 SATA III SSD Series, packing a new Indilinx Everest 2 controller for the fastest data crunching in the industry. Available in sizes from 128GB to 512GB, the Vertex 4 promises sequential bandwidth of up to 535 MB/s, with 0.04ms read latency and 0.02ms […]

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