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Samsung’s exciting new idea could succeed where Google Glass failed

April 7th, 2016

Google’s failed failed first attempt at wearables sounded very exciting at first, though it soon became apparent Glass would not be the hit product the company may have envisioned. Not only was it an expensive prototype during its limited release, but it was also met with huge privacy-related backlash. Samsung, on the other hand, seems to have …

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WSJ: How Google wants to fix its broken Glass

July 31st, 2015

Google has admitted its beta Glass launch was a mistake, but that doesn’t mean the company is giving up on the project. Google has stopped selling Explorer versions earlier this year, putting former Apple iPod creator and Nest founder Tony Fadell in charge of the project. A redesigned version of Glass already exists, and it …

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iPod creator Tony Fadell thinks he can save Google Glass

July 25th, 2015

Though Google Glass debuted with a tremendous amount of hype, the futuristic wearable quickly became the butt of a long-running joke about tech products that no one really wants or needs. Having used Google Glass myself a few times, I can personally attest that the device, while housing incredibly advanced technology, seemed fundamentally pointless.

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Early adopter delivers the most brutal Google Glass obituary yet

May 12th, 2015

Here’s how you knew the first-generation Google Glass had problems: Many of its early adopters were extremely vocal about brutally trashing it. This was particularly damning because the kind of people who were willing to shell out $1,500 for Glass in the first place were generally well-off tech enthusiasts who love trying out new technology …

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Google chairman swears Google Glass is still alive

March 23rd, 2015

Google Glass hasn’t exactly been a rousing success. Actually, you might even call it an abysmal failure. While the product undeniably housed incredibly cool and advanced technologies, compelling use cases for the product were never fleshed out. If anything, Google seemed content to just release the product into the wild and leave it to Google …