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We told you across several exclusive reports last year about not-so-new Google Glass hardware that the Mountain View company has been privately testing within the Project Aura group and with extern…
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Happy to say I finally convinced +Ben Schoon to join us at +9to5Google! 
After rolling out a Marshmallow update to the Galaxy S5 yesterday, Verizon is now rolling out the same to its variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. The update carries version number MMB29K.T817VVRU…
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Join the 9to5Google Space and tell us why Spaces exists! https://goo.gl/spaces/pLDvrJFHRtVXgjUy8
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Hi people. Let's start planning some I/O meetups! Who's gonna be there?
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I got a ticket this year! It'd be great to finally meet in person.
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Regina Dugan recently left her position heading up Google’s Advanced Technologies and Projects group to lead a new hardware initiative at Facebook. That’s obviously not great news for G…
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Anyone know anyone on the Google Fiber team? Have some interesting info and would love someone help clarifying the situation. Google's PR line doesn't always like responding. 
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+Stephen Hall​ I'd like to help you there, but all that comes into my mind is the fiber (+google fiber) community. eventually there you would find one. 
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Android Wear 2.0 went official following Google I/O and as we learn everything it’s capable of, we’re also finding out who will and will not get it. Just like with previous updates, jus…
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Black Jacquard jacket from Levi's: Limited beta fall 2016, release spring 2017 #atap #io16
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Anyone started compiling a list of unofficial parties yet?
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Anyone know when After Hours is happening this year?
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See https://events.google.com/io2016/schedule#agenda -- an After Hours concert on Wednesday, and an After Hours party on Thursday.
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My GoogleGlassFans.com domain expires in a few days. Traffic is down to like 100 views a week, and I haven't been posting much. Should I keep the domain, or kill it? Is Google Glass finally dead enough to ditch it?
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+Linh Nguyen I think the future of AR looks an awful lot like this: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/carl-zeiss-smart-optics,news-22057.html

Glass pushed the technology forward, and I think that's the important part. I wanted them to get a glimpse at that future and maybe write a little code toward it. It's a shame Google didn't decide to stay in the middle of it, but either way Glass did what it was supposed to do.
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I write, like to cover emerging technologies
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I program to get a piece of paper that says I can, and I write about consumer electronics and their development communities for fun.
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  • 9to5Google/9to5Mac
    Editor, 2014 - present
    Senior Editor, 9to5Google
  • GoogleGlassFans
    Founder, 2014 - present
    This is the web's last (kind of) living Glass blog.
  • SelfScreens.com
    Founder, Editor-in-Chief, 2013 - 2014
    SelfScreens was the precursor to Google Glass Fans, and it was where I broke a ton of wearable tech-related news before wearable tech was cool. It landed me many of the jobs and opportunities that I have today.
  • iPhoneHacks
    Staff Writer, 2013 - 2014
    I wrote about jailbreak stuff mostly.
  • iFans.com
    Editor, 2012 - 2014
    Staff Writer
  • Envato
    Freelancer, 2012 - 2014
    Freelance Writer
  • 148apps
    Staff Writer, 2014 - 2014
  • WindowsWave
    Editor, 2012 - 2012
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I had the same experience as a lot of people. Ordered 3 tacos and waited about half an hour.
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Pricing seems a little high (especially for the guacamole!), but the food is definitely good. My only complaint is that online orders aren't readily available when you pick them up at the scheduled time. Not a deal breaker, but I would really love to be able to order my food for 1:45 PM pickup and actually be able to grab-and-go when I arrive at 1:45. As it is now, you walk in, say you're there for a pickup, and then your ticket gets handed down the line and your food is made. It still saves time, and I would recommend it either way, but it would be much better if your food was ready to go — especially if I've already paid online.
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reviewed 8 months ago