Posts Tagged with "Project"

Promising sample video from Project Glass surfaces | Tech NEWS

Saturday, May 26, 2012

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We’ve already seen a attractive collection of photos surface from those who are helping test Project Glass, and now the next best thing has come to light: video. One Googler put the prototype glasses on and took them for a spin on the trampoline. The 15 second video was shot in 720p and it definitely […]

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Handful of Googlers Pictured In The Wild With Project Glass – Show Off New Metallic Blue Color | Tech NEWS

Friday, May 25, 2012

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Out for a night on the town, a (very handsome) Phandroid reader spotted Google’s Senior Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra, along with a handful of fellow Googlers (Charles Mendis, Simon Prakash, and Steve Lee) at “Enoteca La Storia,” a wine bar situated in Los Gatos, CA. The entire team was hanging out, wearing Project […]

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Groups Launch Gigabit-per-second Broadband Project | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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An Ohio startup company has raised US0 million to fund gigabit-per-second broadband projects in six university communities across the U.S., the company… PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Apple Design Chief Ive Working on Most Important Project So Far | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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Given recent rumors, Jonathan Ive is either working on the hotly anticipated iPhone 5 or the Apple TV. PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Report: Project Glass won’t be as robust as promo video shows | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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All of the cool things Google showed in its initial Project Glass promo video may not be what we get in final product form. The “terminator style overlay,” as CNet puts it, won’t be present in the first batches of the product. They report that bits of info will only be displayed just above your […]

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Open Source Cloud Project Backers Duking It out for Support | Tech NEWS

Saturday, May 12, 2012

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The reality is that both OpenStack and CloudStack are both still so young neither side has more momentum than the other, says Luke Kanies, CEO of Puppet Labs. PCWorld Latest Technology News

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New Photo Taken Using Google’s Project Glass Looks Really Impressive | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 10, 2012

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An image taken yesterday using Google’s prototype “Project Glass” augmented reality style glasses is turning a few heads. We got our first taste of PG’s camera capabilities back when one of the project’s leaders, Sebastian Thrun, snapped a pic during an interview, only that shot was less than fantastic to say the least. Now, Thrun’s […]

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Facebook’s Open-source Data-center Project Gains Strength | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 3, 2012

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Facebook’s year-old project to develop open-source hardware designs with the aim to build efficient data centers gained momentum on Wednesday, with some top… PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Android Open Kang Project reaches Milestone 5, now on Android 4.0.4 | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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The team behind the Android Open Kang Project has announced a new milestone in the development of the custom ROM — Milestone 5, to be exact. The Android 4.0.4-based version of the alternative OS build features plenty of bug fixes and other enhancements. AOKP has been growing in popularity at a swift rate, and while […]

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This photo of Charlie Rose was taken with a Project Glass prototype | Tech NEWS

Friday, April 27, 2012

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Wondering if Project Glass is in a working state yet? At least one feature seems to be working out OK for Google in this ambitious venture. In an interview with Charlie Rose, Google engineer Sebastian Thrun took a photo of the subject with the pair of glasses. Using nothing but gestures, the photo was taken […]

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