Google Glass spurs battle for eyeballs Video
Google Glass spurs battle for eyeballs Video Transcript
You can Google -- was so original township well and think again I'm Bridget Carey and -- CNET update. Amazon -- We heard this last year from analysts but now anonymous sources are saying that Amazon's -- and -- wireless patents to prepare. Just think it was not the Windows Phone off the number three spot at the Smartphone industry led by eighteen Apple Android design. Now this might not happen anytime soon -- even at all but do expect to hear more about the next Kindle fire. We -- Amazon will announce some new tablets at and this month. Google showed the world what a computer on your feet can do with its demo of Google glass but with not only -- -- headset device. A little is published a press release about its prototype of an augmented reality pair of glasses. That would display information on the lenses and it would connect to a phone via Bluetooth -- Apple doesn't want -- -- at a party either it filed a patent in 2006. -- an image to -- projected. The head mounted display apparatus. And it is just granted that patent. You had the first augmented reality headset that's right start acting -- warned us. Now we just listen. In other news or watching Netflix as having a good week how -- that. Netflix reached a new milestone customers have -- more than one billion hours media. Be sure to download updates to windows come Tuesday because Microsoft is releasing a patch to -- Nine security issues one -- and -- -- explorer nine and -- AT&T customer and your phone is lost or stolen. You can reported eighteen T have a device blocked from ever be used because why -- -- -- one -- experts. This also apply to tablets it's a crime fighting effort all national carriers stand behind -- -- is the first to make it happen. Great news you can now on the first four K resolution would be to purchase even though you don't even have a -- ATV set to be that on. The busy rolling your eyes amounted to explain four K goes beyond 1080. A beautiful fifteen minute film called time skates will be the first sporty feel that the public and -- -- -- -- -- USB host it back just 99 bucks. As far as TP -- Toshiba pushed the release of its -- AT. Sometime next year. Extra tech news that it sports today -- more in the stories and sedation -- cnet.com slash update marks the youth in your average.
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