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Google Glass now framed for prescriptions

Prescription frames are ready for current Google Glass owners, as another piece of the Glass puzzle comes into focus.

By January 27, 2014


What it would take to get me to wear Google Glass on my glasses

Glasses with Glass? Google's latest design tweak to its wearable headsets is a smart move, but not quite enough to get me to leap.

By January 28, 2014


Google Glass prescription frames said to start at $99

Rochester Optical is said to debut its prescription frames for the wearable tech in less than two weeks, and apparently they'll come in an array of styles.

By December 31, 2013


Correction: Google Glass may have found a prescription lens partner

The headline on this story has been changed to reflect that Google and VSP Global are in talks.

By November 22, 2013


Google Glass may have found a prescription lens partner

Google is in talks with VSP Global -- a nationwide eye care insurer that also make lenses and frames -- to make Glass available at optometry clinics.

By November 22, 2013


How Hitachi's Hu Yoshida got the last word

With the announcement of the Victoria enterprise storage platform, Hitachi VP and CTO Hu Yoshida wins a longstanding storage industry debate.

By September 29, 2010


China Telecom to launch IM software

The Chinese phone company will reportedly launch its own instant-messaging software next year, a move designed to make up for phone customer defections to IM service competitors.

By December 16, 2003


New Web service: Hot investment or hype?

Investors say the "vertical service provider" niche could spark a revival of the broader technology sector, but critics say it's the newest fad.

June 21, 2001


Radiant soars on Microsoft deal

March 2, 2000


Short Take: 3Com touts retail sales of cable modems

3Com said its U.S. Robotics cable modems have reached retail stores in eastern Ontario and central Pennsylvania. Little-deployed cable modems offer Internet access speeds as high as 38 mbps, according to the company, many times faster than 56-kbps analog phone modems. 3Com's VSP model sells for $229, while the VSP Plus version (which also includes an 33.6-kbps modem for upstream transfer) goes for $279. The company plans to broaden its distribution later this year.

April 22, 1998