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Feb 26, 2013

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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Google Glass: we know the company plans to have them available this year, and have them cost around $1500, but are these lens-less frames really a technological revolution? Joshua Topolsky, editor and chief of The Verge, talks with David Brancaccio about the experience of wearing them. And, a billboard in Peru that does more than catch the eye -- it catches condensation and turns it into drinking water. 

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GM's Internet cars: The end of FM radio?

Feb 26, 2013
General Motors and AT&T have announced that so-called 'LTE' wireless connections will come as an option in many Chevys, Buicks, Cadillacs, and GMC's next year.

Google Glass has the tech specs, but no style

Feb 26, 2013
We know Google plans to make its high tech spectacles called Google Glass available this year. The price tag: about $1,500 a pair. But are these lens-less frames really a technological revolution?

Google Glass: we know the company plans to have them available this year, and have them cost around $1500, but are these lens-less frames really a technological revolution? Joshua Topolsky, editor and chief of The Verge, talks with David Brancaccio about the experience of wearing them. And, a billboard in Peru that does more than catch the eye — it catches condensation and turns it into drinking water. 

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