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    Google Glass lands in SA with R26,999 price tag

    August 14, 2014 • Online, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on Google Glass lands in SA with R26,999 price tag

    Takealot has revealed that it is the first online store in South Africa to stock Google’s controversial specs, Google Glass. According to the website, Google Glass will retail at a staggering R26,999 ($2,557 USD). Takealot’s Co-CEO Willem Van Biljon...

  • Ray-Ban and Oakley has partnered with Google to design Glass versions (image: Ray-Ban)

    Ray-Ban, Oakley partner with Google Glass

    March 27, 2014 • Gadgets and GamingComments Off on Ray-Ban, Oakley partner with Google Glass

    Luxury sports eyewear designer Luxottica has agreed to join forces with Google to design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for Glass, Google’s smart eyewear. Today’s announcement offers a far reaching strategic partnership between Luxottica...

  • Should TED Ban Marketing Pitches? Google Glass Talk Was Pure Promotion

    April 8, 2013 • Top StoriesComments Off on Should TED Ban Marketing Pitches? Google Glass Talk Was Pure Promotion

    Sergey Brin’s Google Glass presentation at last week’s TED2013 conference came off as little more than a product pitch. Wearing his “Google Glass” throughout the presentation, Brin begins by noting that “when we (Brin and Larry Page) started Google...

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    Will Anyone Create a Killer App for Google Glass?

    April 2, 2013 • Top StoriesComments Off on Will Anyone Create a Killer App for Google Glass?

    Last summer, Ian Shakil, then a recent graduate of Stanford business school, got to try on Google’s head-mounted computing device, Google Glass, earlier than almost anyone outside the company. Hanging out with some Google employee friends at San...

  • 10 Compelling Ways People Plan To Use Google Glass

    October 8, 2012 • Top StoriesComments Off on 10 Compelling Ways People Plan To Use Google Glass

    Google Glass is coming. Sure, the early adopters will be viewed as weirdos and the idea of a tiny head-mounted camera raises all kinds of creepy privacy questions, but Glass is cool. Google’s first iteration may or may not be a slam dunk, but wearable...