Google Glasses

You Won't Believe What These Doctors Are Doing With Google Glass

AFP/Relaxnews | Posted 03.13.2014 | Canada Living

Rhode Island Hospital is currently testing out Google Glass in a dermatology study. Over the next six months, emergency room patients requiring der...

The Real Google Glass Revolution May Begin Right Here

CBC | Chethan Sathya | Posted 04.11.2014 | Canada Living

Given the significance and delicacy of their work, surgeons have always had access to state-of-the-art specialized medical technology in the operat...

How a Data-Driven Society Can Benefit Us

Dax Hamman | Posted 07.06.2013 | Canada Business
Dax Hamman

There was the gold rush and the oil boom. Now, there's the data dash. With the digital age still in its infancy, we're just beginning to mine and refine the mountains of data accumulated from our mobile devices and Internet activity. Let's examine some of the possibilities of how Big Data may change society for the better.

SavvyMom Roundup: Baconnaise, Google Glasses and more

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 03.11.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

It's been a while since I wrote my blog and it's good to be back. 2013 is going to be a great year. I can feel it. It's a mom thing -- I just know. It's tough to select just five things to highlight this week but here's what I have: baconnaise, blogging kids, an iPhone contract, Google glasses and smiles.

What Comes After Smartphones?

Mitch Joel | Posted 02.09.2013 | Canada Business
Mitch Joel

What will Apple do next? What is the technology that will disrupt the iPhone and iPad business? If you have read Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography (and I strongly recommend that you do), there was a very telling (and compelling) line from Jobs: "If you don't cannibalize yourself, someone else will."

Google Glasses make Humans One Step Closer to Cyborgs

Jeff Fraser | Posted 10.02.2012 | Canada
Jeff Fraser

The boundary between human and machine is softening. The first cyborgs have emerged -- much sooner than scientists would have predicted 30 years ago. We used to think having a device implanted in your skull made you a cyborg and wearing a pair of digital glasses did not. But to the brain, the distinction is arbitrary. Soon we may really have to answer the question: where does "me" end, and "my machine" begin?

Watch: What The World Looks Like In Google Glasses

CBC | Posted 06.04.2012 | Canada Business

Google has unveiled futuristic prototype eyeglasses that offer a heads-up display with a connection to the internet. Dubbed "...