I write for AllThingsD. My last name rhymes with braaains.
allthingsd.com — Just a couple years ago, nobody thought much about wearing computers on their faces. But soon there will be actual differentiation among the competition: Google Glass offers an interface for searching and taking photos without pulling out a smartphone; Oculus Rift is much more immersive, blocking out reality to allow users to see themselves inside a game; Recon Instruments makes goggles (and coming soon, sunglasses) to help skiers and bikers track their activities.
allthingsd.com — Imagine this: A big conference where a closely watched tech company launched barely anything new or unexpected. And, after confining the audience to their seats for three hours of a hodgepodge of announcements, the CEO of the company came out and bemoaned the industry horse-race mentality (which could be read as hypocritical for many reasons).
allthingsd.com — By now you may have heard about Dots, the free mobile game that is singlehandedly responsible for at least a 27 percent decline in U.S. workplace productivity over the past two weeks, based on my very unscientific research.
allthingsd.com — A year ago, Pebble had been rejected by a host of venture capitalists for the smartwatch it wanted to build, so it posted the idea on Kickstarter. I don't have to tell you that worked really well.
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