Talks about Google Glass is getting even more interesting since it was unveiled. What’s even more interesting is that there is something from China that will compete with the innovation, the Baidu Eye.
Baidu, a search engine in Chinese language is now developing their very own Google Glass-like eyewear with a heads-up display. This is just like search engine v. search engine technology.
This Glass from Baidu, or the Baidu Eye is the name of this eyewear that features image search and information based on the picture and mandarin speech recognition.
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Law makers in West Virginia wants to ban the wearing of head-mounted displays such as the Google glass while driving in their state. This is an extension of the law banning phone calls and text messaging while driving or simply using any electronic devices while driving.
According to Gary G. Howell, the host of the bill, in an interview from CNET he said “I actually like the idea of the product and I believe it is the future, but last legislature we worked long and hard on a no-texting-and-driving law. It is mostly the young that . . . → Read More: Will West Virginia Ban Google Glasses while Driving?
A picture apparently exhibiting ASUS‘ 7-inch Eee Pad tablet, allegedly set to launch at CES 2012 in a few days, has appeared, together with ideas that the scaled-down slate can borrow the removable battery-keyboard form-factor from the Transformer Prime. The picture, captured by NotebookItalia, reveals a machine quite definitely in step with the Prime’s aesthetic, and much different from what we have witnessed from the Eee Pad MeMo also anticipated within this month.
Nonetheless, it is uncertain whether ASUS promises to bring 2 units [the 7-inch tablet and 7-inch MeMo] to CES, or whether or not . . . → Read More: Photos of 7-inch Eee Pad Tablet Leaks