Monthly Archives: April 2013

Google Now ‘talks’ its way onto iOS – CNET (blog)

Boston Globe Google Now 'talks' its way onto iOSCNET (blog)Having debuted at last year's Google I/O conference, the Now-enabled Google Search 3.0 for iOS brings the same robust search features and visual style, called cards, to iPhones and iPads. Tamar … Continue reading

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Can Google Glass ever be fashionable? – CNET

Can Google Glass ever be fashionable?CNETCan Google Glass ever be fashionable? While Robert Scoble posts pictures of himself wearing Google Glass in the shower, those of a more intellectual bent offer that there are historical reasons why Google Glass may … Continue reading

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Interview: How Ray Kurzweil Plans To Revolutionize Search At Google – Forbes

Interview: How Ray Kurzweil Plans To Revolutionize Search At GoogleForbesKurzweil's answer: No one but Google could provide the kind of computing and engineering resources he needed to fulfill his life's work. Ever since age 14, the 65-year-old inventor of everything … Continue reading

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Google Assistant Heads to iPhone, iPad – ABC News

ABC News Google Assistant Heads to iPhone, iPadABC NewsWatch out Siri, Google's own personal assistant service is coming to your home town. Today Google is releasing its Google Now service for the iPhone and iPad. It will be available in … Continue reading

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How Government Money Helped A Small, Rural Phone Company Undercut … – Forbes

Technabob How Government Money Helped A Small, Rural Phone Company Undercut …ForbesWhen people think of 1Gbps internet speeds, the first thing that often comes to mind is Google Google Fiber and its launch in three U.S. cities (Kansas City, Austin … Continue reading

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Google Called Out On Ethnic Issue – Forbes

Google Called Out On Ethnic IssueForbesA year after Google Google swung open the doors of its UK adventure, Campus London, the search giant is being criticized by a Member of Parliament for not doing enough to engage local black and … Continue reading

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Twitter may already have an app for Google Glass – CNET

Ubergizmo Twitter may already have an app for Google GlassCNETThat's TechCrunch's conclusion, at least, as the technology news site has a story up this afternoon positing that someone may already have sent a tweet from an obviously as-yet-unannounced Twitter app … Continue reading

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Google Invades Siri’s Turf With iPhone, iPad App – ABC News

ABC News Google Invades Siri's Turf With iPhone, iPad AppABC NewsSiri may be feeling a little job insecurity. The sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple's iPhone and iPad is facing competition from … Continue reading

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New Technology Helps People with Low Vision – Albany Times Union

New Technology Helps People with Low VisionAlbany Times UnionInternational Academy Of Low Vision Specialists using Three New Technologies to Help Patients With Profound Vision Loss See Better. Corona, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2013. An increasing number of Americans suffer from … Continue reading

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Dilation-free retinal exam with new technology lets eye doctors save images, too – Plain Dealer

Dilation-free retinal exam with new technology lets eye doctors save images, tooPlain DealerThe new technology, called the Optos Daytona retinal scanner, uses two lasers of different wavelengths and a mirror to take a scan of the back of the eye, … Continue reading

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