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The First Rule of Google Glass Etiquette

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Of all the various etiquette guides to emerge with prescriptions for the inaugural class of …

What It's Like To See Through Google Glass

But now it's time to reveal what it looks like to actually see through Glass.<p>Google Glass and Android game developer Laura Ockel recently recorded a video of the user interface shown through the Glass device. Ockel and her company, Tesseract Mobile, are also the developers behind the unofficial …

First Impressions: Hands-On With Google Glass – The (Possible) Future of Mobile Computing

- Dec 9, 2013<p>We all know (and if you don’t, SHAME!) of Sonny Dickson. He’s the guy that leaked several dozen photos of the new iPhones and iPads this …

As Facebook Buys Oculus, Is A Virtual Reality Social Network In Our Future?

It’s hard to imagine the last time a tech news item was met with such unbridled…confusion. Yesterday, Facebook announced they were buying Oculus, creator of the Kickstarted Oculus Rift, for $2 billion. While Google or Microsoft making the same purchase might have made some degree of sense, many …

Virtual reality fans should thank Facebook, at least for now

I joked about investing in Oculus after my first demo of the hardware at QuakeCon in 2012. John Carmack was showing the prototype to the press in a private suite. He explained that the creator of the hardware was at the show and then I found myself at dinner with founder Palmer Luckey and Nate …

Stamp-On Circuits Could Put Your Phone On Your Finger

Remarkable new tech that places ultra-thin circuits on your skin could revolutionize health care, entertainment, and more.<p>Transistors. Resistors. Capacitors. Inductors. Diodes. RF antennas. Inductive coils. Lithium ion batteries. These are the components of microprocessors, wireless communications, …

Disney Shuts Down LucasArts

Disney has shuttered LucasArts, the games publishing and development division of Lucasfilm, which Disney acquired in October. However, the company …

Botnet Warlord: Meet the Man Who Will Kill Your Computer

You can blow away any website in the world if you try hard. Throw enough traffic at a server on the internet—friendly or otherwise—and it'll buckle. …

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Hackers get root access on Google Glass ahead of retail release (update)

Tinkerers have only had their hands on the Google Glass "Explorer Edition" for a few days, but they've already found a way to achieve root on Google's much-ballyhooed face-computer, granting full access to the device's Android operating system.<p>The hack comes courtesy of legendary iOS jailbreaker …

Video: This Is What Water Will Look Like in Games of the Future

Although graphics in 3D computer games has gone really far in the last decade or so, the water in most of them does not look very real — especially …

The walls have ears: Samsung and Intel bet big on a startup that searches every word you say

A future where machines track our conversations to offer us advice and info<p>Back in October of last year, <i>The Verge</i> wrote about the app MindMeld, a sort of Siri on steroids that could listen to an eight-person conversation and suggest information the speakers involved might want to see. Today …

We know who you are: the scary new technology of iris scanners

Last month, a company called AOptix unveiled its latest creation, pitched as a game-changer in the world of iris recognition. In less grandiose terms, it's basically an iPhone case for cops, providing military-grade biometric scanning on the move. The AOptix shell is built to provide everything an …

5 Places to Look for Your Digital Footprint

Recently, many iPhone and iPad users were incensed to learn that Siri — the personal digital assistant for iOS devices — has an eerily long memory. …

Cracking Kinect: the Xbox One's new sensor could be a hardware hacker's dream

Will a higher-resolution camera lead to more inventive DIY creations?<p>One of the biggest upgrades to Microsoft's recently unveiled Xbox One console is the new and improved Kinect: the device now features a higher fidelity sensor, a larger field of view compared to the original, and better skeletal …

Motorola shows off insane electronic tattoo and 'vitamin authentication' prototype wearables

At the D11 conference today, Regina Dugan, SVP for advanced technology and projects at Motorola, showed off some advanced projects. The first was a prototype electronic tattoo on her arm from MC10, about which she quipped "teenagers might not want to wear a watch, but you can be sure they'll wear a …

Equil JOT for iOS

Equil JOT is an ink pen that can record what you’re writing or drawing on paper in real time. You can then edit, annotate and share your work from …

iWatch Concept

There’s still no confirmation that Apple is working on an iOS-powered wristband, but that hasn’t stopped us from wondering what one might actually …

To Prevent Crashes, Your Future Car Will Chat With Other Vehicles | WIRED

<b>1</b>// The communication system works in the 5.9-GHz band.<p><b>2</b>// Eventually cars could get warnings from construction zones, telling them to slow down.<p><b>3</b>// …

Why Email Can’t Be Completely Private

When Lavabit — an email service that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden used — suspended service last week amid hints that it had …

The Neurocam scans your brain and records what you find interesting. Learn more about this and 9 other innovations in Top 10 Tech This Week: http://on.mash.to/19qLwhU

Project Flare: 'Final Fantasy' publisher wants to put you inside a 'Lord of the Rings'-caliber movie

Square Enix knows a thing or two about building exquisite CG movies. The company has produced two feature films, and its <i>Final Fantasy</i> games have featured cinematic cutscenes for years. But soon, Square Enix believes it will be able to let you play games as epic and gorgeous as those pre-rendered …

New Malware Can Jump Air Gaps Using Inaudible Sound

A team of computer scientists has developed a new breed of malware, which can leap between devices using inaudible audio signals—then covertly …

Drive… or don’t!

A winner of the 2014 Driven/Undriven Michelin Design Challenge, the AKA24 concept goes beyond the brief to design a vehicle that switches between …

Photographic Artworks by Martin Vlach

Dreamlike Photography.<p>Check out this selection of photographic artworks by Martin Vlach. The photographer and digital artist creates dreamlike …

“This Is Who We Are Now:” Why Aerie Stopped Retouching The Models In Its Ads

American Eagle lingerie brand Aerie has now used the backlash around Photoshop and fashion to create a new campaign dubbed “Real,” featuring all …

16 Amazing Photographs From NASA’s Golden Age

As exciting as the future of space travel may be, its past is just as thrilling. <i>For All Mankind: Vintage NASA Photographs 1964-1983</i>, a new exhibition at London art gallery Breese Little, showcases more than 100 photographs from the golden age of space exploration. The photographs depict NASA from …

Eyetracking Study Reveals What People Actually Look At When Shopping Online

Not just boobs! (But yes, definitely boobs.)<p>When you pull up a website, what’s the first thing you look at? The stock photo model splashed across the page? The large company logo at the top? The search bar?<p>EyeQuant, a German artificial intelligence software company that offers predictive …

Gironde Extendible Table by Mediodesign

Barcelona-based designer and architect Juan Pablo Quintero designed a custom, extendable table for Mediodesign. Focusing on geometry and …

This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways | Colossal

<p>Sure, the Amazon Kindle might have dynamic font adjustments, and it can hold thousands of books, but can it do this? Printed in the late 16th …