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  1. San Diego Comic-Con Emails Important Information To Ticket Holders, Includes The Words “Anti Harassment Policy”

    San Diego Comic-Con sent out an email to attendees yesterday with the subject line "Important information for attending Comic-Con International 2014" and the second item down is "Code of Conduct/Anti Harassment Policy." That's the good news - but there's also some bad news.

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  2. Alamo Drafthouse Officially Bans Google Glass From All Theaters

    Movies: 1 | Glass: 0.

    Still unnerved by the idea of people wearing Google Glass everywhere? If you live in Texas, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, Virginia, or in New York City, there's now a place you can go to get away from all that wearable tech: the Alamo Drafthouse.

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  3. Google Glass Available Today For One Day Only

    I knew that Blood Moon mean bad news.

    I can think of cooler ways to lose friends and alienate people, but if you really, really want to get your hands on a pair of Google Glass before everyone else, a 24 hour window to apply for a spot as a Glass Explorer began at 9 am ET today. If you're not reading this through a computer on your face, then you have some work to do.

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  4. Can Google Glass Solve Privacy Problems With This New Augmented Reality Browser?

    It will also tell you who else is wearing Google Glass, so you know not to talk to them.

    It's no secret that the government is creepily watching you all the time, like that weird dude who was really into you in high school. Many people think Google Glass won't help the matter (cameras on you 24/7?) - but this new augmented reality browser for the Glass might actually solve your privacy problems, instead of exacerbating them.

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  5. New Smartshoes Act as Compass for the Visually Impaired

    Sorry, DOGS.

    Lechal shoes are a perfect demonstration that wearable technology isn't just for Google Glass elite—these miraculous smartshoes will help the visually impaired navigate city streets for fifty dollars or less (smartphone not included.)

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  6. Google Literally Tells Glass Explorers Not to Be “Glassholes” in New Guidelines

    Stay classy, Google.

    Google has a tough job in making Google glass appeal to the masses. People have all kinds of fears about privacy and looking like a dork, because the only person to ever successfully pull off computerized eyewear is LeVar Burton. To help Glass's image, they've sent out a set of guidelines to teach their Explorers not to be "Glassholes."

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  7. Google Glass Valentines Day Proposal Video Is Romantic, Awful

    Hey four eyes, wanna get hitched?

    This week the good folks at Google decided to capitalize on Valentines Day, with a compilation video of Google Glass "explorers" popping the question. The result is manipulative, weird, creepy, sweet, and probably not an effective advertisement. It also answers the question: can you kiss wearing Google's latest technology? (Yes, but awkwardly.)

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  8. Some Guy Got Detained by the FBI Homeland Security for Watching a Movie Wearing Prescription Google Glass [Updated]

    Some people don't get how movie piracy works, and those are the people who care about movie piracy.

    Last weekend, a man in Columbus, Ohio went to go see Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit with his wife and, in an ironic twist, ended up being interrogated by the FBI Department of Homeland Security for an hour instead. The reason? He was wearing Google Glass.

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  9. 18-Year-Old Uses Google Glass to Combat Autism, Rest of World Feels Inadequate

    Am I the only one whose sick of these brilliant, good-hearted kids making us twenty-somethings look bad?

    Since the first announcement of Google Glass, it's been a goldmine for comedians (and wannabe-comedians) everywhere. But while many of us were busy mocking this latest tech, one teenager conceived of a way to use it to help those suffering from autism -- by creating a program to recognize expressions and emotion.

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  10. Final Price for Google Glass Rumored at Less Than $300

    Even at $300, is it worth the money?

    We're more than a little intrigued with Google Glass, but now that it's out in the wild and we've seen what it really can -- and can't -- do, we've wondered if it's worth the money. Developers paid $1,500 for their early versions, but the final price for the wearable tech could be much less.

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