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Accessible Designs Could Help Us All — But Only If Firms Bite

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Clever Hacks Give Google Glass Many Unintended Powers

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Arrest Caught On Google Glass Reignites Privacy Debate

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Google Fights Glass Backlash Before It Even Hits The Street

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