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Google unveils prototype 'smart' glasses
Google sought to leapfrog rivals such as Apple and Microsoft as it unveiled a prototype of a pair of “smart” glasses designed to carry out many of the functions currently done on a smartphone, such as sharing pictures and accessing information.
Google's Brin to Offer Eyeglass Computers to Consumers by 2014  Bloomberg
Nasdaq offers $40m over Facebook losses
Nasdaq OMX has offered to pay up to $40m to cover broker losses stemming from a software glitch during the Facebook public offering, in part by forgoing Facebook-related revenues but also by cutting trading costs.
Tech stocks to buy until Facebook is cheap enough  MarketWatch
Liquidnet investors help secure start-up
Victor Securities, a start-up broker-dealer focused on millisecond-speed risk management for hedge funds, has secured a round of private financing from veteran trading platform investors.
The wise fool of Google
Chade-Meng Tan, it occurs to me after spending an hour talking to the man, is a fool. Not a fool in the dunderhead sense, as he has an IQ of 156 - which makes him more like a genius.
How Delaware Thrives as a Corporate Tax Haven
WILMINGTON, Del. NOTHING about 1209 North Orange Street hints at the secrets inside. It's a humdrum office building, a low-slung affair with a faded awning and a view of a parking garage.
A lesson in language from an American school camp
Despite living for 17 years in the United States, I am constantly reminded that, although our languages share a common root, there are numerous nuances that set us apart.
Last Moment Robot will guide you through death's door
Artist and designer Dan Chen has created the End of Life Care Machine, a robot tasked with comforting dying patients in their last moments.
Do Brain Scans of Comatose Patients Reveal a Conscious State?
Adrian Owen still gets animated when he talks about patient 23. The patient was only 24 years old when his life was devastated by a car accident.
Google feels like the cat's whiskers
The immense processing power of Google's global computing network and the brainpower of its secretive Google X research labs remain largely hidden from a curious world.
Google X creates 16000-core 'neural network' for independent machine ...  The Verge
Apple's Retail Army, Long on Loyalty but Short on Pay
Last year, during his best three-month stretch, Jordan Golson sold about $750,000 worth of computers and gadgets at the Apple Store in Salem, N.H.