Apple considers smart glasses, Amazon sues counterfeiters
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According to Blomberg News, Apple is entertaining the notion of entering the wearable smart glasses market.
While the report is very early in the exploratory process, word is that a user's iPhone would connect to the glasses and perhaps also offer augmented reality.
Google's Glass initiative didn't seem to take off, but perhaps Apple has learned something from that experiment.
Amazon is suing a number of sellers that may have used the company's marketplace to push fake goods.
Two lawsuits have been filed in Washington that allege more than 20 companies and individuals were involved in the sale of phony exercise and moving equipment.
Amazon is claiming a breach of sellers' contract and wants to ban the defendants from the site.
And finally, Macbook Pro reviews are in, and we're starting to learn what critics think of the new Touch Bar.
In short, most think it's a fantastic click saver that allows for more productivity, but the upcharge for the feature is a tough pill to swallow.
Also, with the laptop only offering USB-C ports means you'll need to be carrying a lot of [UNKNOWN] to stay connected.
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