Google’s Project Glass has been caught in the wild, with none other than company co-founder Sergey Brin spotted sporting a set of the augmented reality wearables at a charity event. Brin confirmed to Robert Scoble that the headset he’s wearing is indeed a Google Glasses prototype, and it
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Wondering what it might be like to sport Google’s Project Glass augmented reality HUD in your daily life? It would appear company co-founder Sergey Brin already knows, as he was spotted by tech pundits Robert Scoble and Thomas Hawk rocking a prototype at a Dining in the Dark charity event. Scoble has
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Larry Page looks back at a year at the head of Google, promises velocity, execution and focus in the future
A year and a day after taking over the reins at Mountain View, Google co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Larry Page has plenty to say about where the company has been recently, and where it’s going. While there aren’t any Project Glass bombs dropped, in this open letter he’s promising a Google that