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TeamViewer AR platform Frontline is now on Marketplace
Fri, 11th Nov 2022
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Extended partnership between the two companies includes easier procurement of TeamViewer Frontline for Google Cloud customers.
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Aussie firm Chironix brings Zoom to Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Wed, 2nd Sep 2020
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Australian firm Chironix brings Zoom to Google Glass to enable hands-free collaboration for workers in the field, improving efficiency and accessibility.
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Exclusive: Three pairs of glasses that may revive the smart-eyewear trend
Mon, 3rd Jul 2017
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Three innovative smart glasses set to reboot the vision of wearable tech.
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Is there any hope for the smart glasses market?
Fri, 5th Feb 2016
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While an appealing consumer smart glasses product has yet to be launched, the benefits are now being realised with vendors focusing on enterprise.
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Hands-on review: Epson Moverio BT-200 AR Glasses
Mon, 2nd Nov 2015
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Epson (yes that Printer manufacturer) have taken a leap in creating their own version with full Augmented Reality (AR) coverage.
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Google's new Project Aura focuses on 'building cool wearables'
Mon, 21st Sep 2015
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Google appears to be working in earnest to fulfill its promise to revamp the Google Glass and bring a new wearable device to enterprises.
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Google Glass: Now for the enterprise
Tue, 4th Aug 2015
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Google Glass is quietly re-emerging, with reports that Google will distribute a version aimed at enterprise customers in coming months.
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The next phase of digital technologies is here
Fri, 1st May 2015
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Touch, gesture and away-from-the-screen features are the future of digital technologies, says Professor Mark Apperley.
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Say goodbye to Google Glass
Fri, 16th Jan 2015
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Google has announced the Google Glass Explorer Program will be closing and the Explorer Edition of Glass will stop being sold after January 19 2015.
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Will business travellers adopt wearables?
Thu, 20th Nov 2014
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True disruption can only occur when a technology solves a problem in such a way that users can’t imagine doing the same task the old way ever again.
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RESEND: Canterbury University gets funding to develop user-friendly wearable computers
Tue, 4th Nov 2014
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Two University of Canterbury researchers have received $870,000 in Marsden funding over three years to research how engineering and psychology coul.
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Top 5 trends that will shape the future of ERP...
Tue, 12th Aug 2014
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Businesses today are required to deal with technological advancements occurring at a pace never experienced before...
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Google Glass hits Noel Leeming stores...
Wed, 30th Jul 2014
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Google Glass lands in NZ at Noel Leeming, showcased but not for sale, signaling a tech-forward strategy for Kiwi retail.
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Exploring the market vision for Google Glass and beyond...
Thu, 12th Jun 2014
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It's clear that our love affair with smartphones will soon rollover into the burgeoning world of wearable tech. So what's on the radar?.
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Wearable tech: $50 billion investment frenzy
Mon, 12th May 2014
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Tech giants dive into a $50 billion race for wearable tech supremacy, banking on devices to be the next big market breakthrough.
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“That’s all, folks' as Google Glass sells out on Day One
Thu, 17th Apr 2014
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Google sold out of Google Glass in the first 24 hours of sales and advised 'explorers' to wait for new stock to be released.
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Google: Don’t be a Glasshole
Thu, 20th Feb 2014
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Google has released a list of do's and don'ts for wearing Google Glass, hoping to prevent users from becoming 'Glassholes'.
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Westpac eyes up Google Glass app and iBeacon tech...
Tue, 4th Feb 2014
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Westpac to trial Cash Tank on Google Glass & introduce iBeacon technology in NZ branches. Chief Digital Officer believes 2014 is year of wearable tech.
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Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
Mon, 6th Jan 2014
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Juniper Research predicts a ten-fold increase in wearable device shipments by 2018, driven by new product launches and rising consumer awareness.
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Wearable tech deluge poses workplace challenges and opportunities
Sat, 28th Dec 2013
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Wearable tech revolution set to reshape UK workplaces, bringing unparalleled challenges and opportunities for security and efficiency.
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What to expect in 2014 - Wearable Computing
Tue, 24th Dec 2013
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Digital health and fitness set to be the hottest sector in wearable computing this year, says research director at Gartner.
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Fortinet claims a hardening stance towards BYOD in the workplace
Sat, 26th Oct 2013
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Fortinet exposes a 42% surge in Gen Y workers flouting corporate BYOD rules, heightening cyber risks and data misuse concerns.
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Seeing Christchurch through new eyes
Thu, 26th Sep 2013
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Christchurch's past revisited through augmented reality glasses, offering a glimpse of pre-earthquake city life.
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For your thighs only… first Google Glass Porn released
Tue, 30th Jul 2013
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After a ban, 'Tits and Glass' makes a cheeky comeback with the first Google Glass adult film, pushing the boundaries of tech in the bedroom.