Because who really wants to brag about owning the iPoop?
When members of the 1% compete for the privilege of paying $1,500 for a pair of glasses, one can’t help but wonder if we haven’t already been transported to an alternate reality.
Google Glass, to be released next year, has given special caution to children under 13 years as it could harm developing vision.
Ed Sheeran sang for a small crowd in NYC to spread the word on the Nokia Lumia, an advanced smartphone with sharp photo quality and moving images, among many other things.
The notorious choice-app for teenage silly face-makers and sexters everywhere is not properly obliterating your messages. But this discovery is a moot point for most.
Google Glass might not be stylish right now, but neither was the first cell phone. That doesn't take away from Glass' utility.
Does Thorsten Heins actually believe what he is saying, or is he spewing propaganda because BlackBerry has unsuccessfully broken into the tablet market?
Google Glass won't be available to the public until 2014, but how many people will buy it then?