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Google's web glasses: will they change our vision?

Apr 05, 2012

Google's web glasses: will they change our vision?

Google Inc is getting into the eyewear business with a pair of thin wraparound shades that puts the company's Web services in your face. The glasses can snap photos, initiate videochats and display directions at the sound of a user's voice. #Google #TechBuzz #Human-computer interaction #Glasses
Google Chrome top browser for first time

Mar 23, 2012

Google Chrome top browser for first time

Google's Chrome became world's top internet browser for one day, however, it could not retain its position for long as Explorer, which has been the most popular web browser since 1999 replaced it again. #NewsTracker #Google Inc. #Computing #Internet Explorer #Google Chrome #Human-computer interaction

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Google Chrome top browser for first time

Aug 05, 2014

Touch+ transforms any surface into a multitouch gesture controller for your PC

After Leap Motion's somewhat disappointing debut , you'd be forgiving for wanting to wave off the idea of third-party gesture control peripherals. But wait! Unlike Leap, Reactiv isn't trying to revolutionize human-computer interactions with its Touch...
Google Chrome top browser for first time

Aug 17, 2014

New Tool Makes A Single Picture Worth A Thousand – And More – Images

Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley A photo is worth a thousand words, but what if the image could also represent thousands of other images? New software developed by UC Berkeley computer scientists seeks to tame the vast amount of visual data in the world by ge... #Canada #University of California Berkeley #YouTube #Facebook
Google Chrome top browser for first time

Aug 14, 2014

Report details NSA plans for cyberwarfare tool

WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency secretly planned a cyberwarfare program that could automatically fire back at cyberattacks from foreign countries without any human involvement, creating the risk of accidentally triggering a bigger conflict... #National Security Agency #China