Kanye West adds Google co-founder Larry Page to his quest for cash

Kanye West adds Google co-founder Larry Page to his quest for cash

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A seemingly playful Twitter rant from Kanye West on Sunday that vaguely suggested that he wanted $1 billion from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg turned out to be the truth

Hours after posting the original message proposing the billion-dollar investment, Kanye followed up with a new, more earnest plea

“Mark Zuckerberg I know it’s your birthday but can you please call me by tomorrow,” the multiple tweet message begins. “You love hip-hop, you love my art… I am your favorite artist but you watch me barely breathe and still play my album in your house.” Read more…

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Kanye West adds Google co-founder Larry Page to his quest for cash

Is Google developing a virtual reality camera? Job postings may hold a clue.

Is Google developing a virtual reality camera? Job postings may hold a clue.

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There’s no longer any doubt that virtual reality is the next big interactive platform, and now it looks like you can add Google to the list of companies clamoring to stake an early claim

That’s the indication some are drawing from a few recent Google job postings that appear to be focused on developing VR hardware

Of course, some of the job postings listed, which were highlighted this weekend by Road to VR, involve Google Cardboard, the low-cost VR device that a number of companies are using to gain an early toehold in the burgeoning VR space. Read more…

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This is what Google Glass 2.0 looks like

This is what Google Glass 2.0 looks like

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Google’s not done with Google Glass just yet. We finally have our first look at what the rebooted augmented reality glasses will look like. Spoiler alert: Not very different.

The first images of Google Glass 2.0 have appeared online courtesy of documents posted to the Federal Communications Commission website.

The augmented reality glasses shown in the images are reportedly for the Google Glass “Enterprise Edition,” the rebooted version of Glass being worked on by Tony Fadell and his team

Whereas the original Google Glass “Explorer Edition” was aimed at consumers, the Explorer Edition is designed to help in the workplace. As previously reported, the new version of Google Glass has a larger glass prism, a faster Intel Atom processor, 5GHz Wi-Fi for more bandwidth-intensive tasks such as video streaming, and a more rugged and waterproof design. Read more…

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This is what Google Glass 2.0 looks like