Google Glass Arrives in the UK

Google’s head-mounted computer, which has been available to American users since April, has reached British shores as of last week. For £1,000, UK consumers are now able to become an “Explorer” with their own Google Glass headset, and decide for themselves whether or not it really is the future of computing. There is obviously great…
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Meet Amazon’s Smartphone: The Fire Phone

    Amazon.com Inc, the American international electronic commerce company, has caught up with its contemporaries and is releasing its very first smart phone. Amazon’s new phone, named Fire, will allow its users to "see and interact with the world through a whole new lens." The Fire Phone sports Gorilla Glass 3 (chemically strengthened glass) on the…
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First Machine Passes the ‘Turing Test’

For the first time in history, a computer has been able to convince people into believing that it is a human being, becoming the inaugural machine to ever pass what is known as the ‘Turing Test’. What Has Happened? On the 60th anniversary of Alan Turing’s death, a computer developed by Russian Vladimir Veselov and…
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