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NameTag offers Google Glass-wearers a new way to cyberstalk

- February 10th, 2014

Although Google Glass has yet to be officially released yet and so only a handful of people actually have access to the product, members of the public are already freaking out about potential privacy violations.

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NameTag. (Supplied)

Now there is a new app that will creep out Google Glass naysayers even more. Developed by FacialNetwork.com, “NameTag” lets the wearer identify people he or she encounters. You take a photo of the person with Google Glass and the app uploads the photo to a server and does a web search to find related photos and social media profiles in order to determine who the person is – in other words, putting a name-tag on the person.

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Last minute gadget gift ideas

- December 18th, 2013

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Gadgets as gifts are truly great to give and to get but how do you select just the right one from the wave of offerings out there? The truth is it’s tough. So here’s a selection of just a few to give you some last-minute food for thought and help you wade through the sea of gadgetry for this holiday season.

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Intel banking on convertibles

- December 4th, 2012

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Ultrabooks are known to be thin, fast and powerful machines. They weigh about three pounds on average, can hybernate in seven seconds, turn back on almost immediately due to their solid-state drives and offer high-performance.

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A look at Apple’s new offerings, iPad mini and more

- October 26th, 2012

AppleiPadMiniApple’s October event was more than spooktacular! It included the unveiling of a new iPad mini as well as a new MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display as the rumour mills had predicted and a whole lot more. Apple took the opportunity to offer some interesting upgrades to some of their software as well as unexpected update of the new iPad as well as a refresh to the iMac and Mac mini lines.

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