The smart glasses' key features include built-in audio and a microphone to listen to music or take phone calls, camera and video capabilities and a voice-activated Facebook assistant.
The company's plan should eventually allow travelers to use digitally-stored ID at airports.
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The FBI said pranksters were hacking into people's smart devices to report fake crimes at victims' residences, and then live streaming the events on online webforms.
A new report from researchers based in the United Kingdom found nearly a dozen "smart" doorbells sold on Amazon and eBay posed significant threats to consumers' data privacy.
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AI could be our only hope in a world of data and shouldn't be feared, Nikolay Gurianov says.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
Unwelcome Pepsi advertisements interrupt movie-watchers programming.
After growing concern, company clarifies to customers with whom it's sharing their voice commands.
The new Wi-Fi-powered Aether Cone, $399, a combination speaker/playlist curator (the company calls it a "thinking music player") purports to know your musical taste as well as you do, if not better.