Google Glass is back, Bluetooth to work over mesh networks
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The return of Google Glass is probably not what you think.
The second iteration of the company's not so popular AR Wearable, sets its sights on enterprise situations and not so much the everyday user.
Glass might have a new home in the business world, thanks to partnerships with corporations that see a practical use case for the specs.
In terms of hardware, Glass 2.0 has a better battery and camera, lighter weight, and a faster processor.
Amazon has launched Spark, a new feature designed to help customers discover new products similar to what Pinterest does.
Prime members can get started with Spark right now by using the Amazon mobile app to select categories of interest.
In the programs and features menu option.
And finally Bluetooth maybe headed for a major overhaul that would extend it's current short range limitations with the use of a WiFi mess network.
The group behind the standard has announced that Bluetooth, it will soon support the blanket coverage that mesh networks provide, meaning encrypted versions of Bluetooth-connected devices could power the future.
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