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Intel Buys Recon, Maker Of Smart Glasses
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6/24/2015 | 11:50:05 AM
good looking gear
If Intel combines the look of luxury glasses with the features of smart wear we might finally have a pair of smart glasses you would want to wear and don't feel weird in instead of wired. For sports I can see a good looking pair of smart sunglasses making it's way to help you pace a run, check your stats, and help you meet your fitness goals, all without looking at your phone or smart watch.
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6/19/2015 | 7:19:18 AM
Wearable push?
This is an interesting move, as Intel has shown a lot of interest in wearable developments with technology like its Edison and Curie systems. I wonder if either of those will end up in a new generation of smartglasses? Perhaps too, Intel will position itself to compete with Microsoft's Hololens. 


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