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The Folks At The Daily Show Don't Quite Understand Google Glass [Video]

Glass Explorers have faced an unyielding torrent of discrimination from their clear-faced peers ever since Google first introduced the device to its first batch of eager early adopters. Wearers have been banned from certain restaurants and public areas, with people expressing concern over the ease with which Glass allows people to record others. With such a glaring civil rights issue taking place in modern day America, The Daily Show sent correspondent Jason Jones to investigate for its June 12th episode.

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[Deal Alert] Canadians Can Get $20 Of Google Play Credit With Purchase Of A Chromecast

Update: Google has since shared a list of retailers from which Canadians can pick up the Chromecast and take advantage of the offer. The options include Amazon, Best Buy, Future Shop, and Google Play.

 

Canadians, don't say Google's never done anything for you. The Big G is now tossing in $20 CAD worth of Play Store credit with the purchase of a Chromecast. This deal applies whether you pick one of the affordable media sticks up from Google Play or opt to hit up another authorized retailer such as Amazon instead.

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Source: One Of The Reasons Wireless Charging Isn't Big In The US? Blame Your Friendly, Greedy Wireless Carrier

Wireless charging is one of the cooler advances we've seen in smartphone tech in recent years, and truth be told, it isn't all that expensive if you know where to get a charger (such as, in the past, here, here, or here... or right now, here, here, or here). No, it's not nearly as fast as Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology or even as rapid as a standard 2.1A wall wart, but it's just so dang convenient.

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AT&T Raises Activation/Upgrade Fees For People With Two-Year Contracts From $36 To $40

AT&T needs more of your money, so the wireless carrier is bumping up the activation fee it charges customers who sign a two-year contract. The fee, which formerly sat at $36, has risen $4 to reach a round $40 as of June 8th. The minor price hike applies to upgrades as well.

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The change comes as a result of consumers increasingly choosing to pass on traditional contracts in favor of the AT&T Next upgrade program.

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[New App] BallTune Tells You If Your Soccer Ball Is Properly Inflated By Watching It Bounce

There is apparently a sport called "soccer" (sometimes confused with football) that is somewhat popular in various places around the world. For those who are particularly serious about getting the perfect kick, BallTune claims to be able to measure the pressure of a soccer ball simply by watching it bounce with your device's camera. Truly this is the future.

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[New App] Action Camera Extension Lets Sony Smartwatches And The SWR10 Smartband Control Sony Wi-Fi Cameras

One of the biggest barriers to smartwatch adoption is the fact that, well, they don't do a whole lot, at least compared with mobile devices of comparable price. Sony has just bolted on a little extra functionality for their smartwatch line: the ability to remotely control shutters on various Sony cameras. The new Action Camera Extension app is free, and compatible with the original Sony Smartwatch, the Smartwatch 2, and the brand new SWR10 Smartband.

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[Updated] Facebook Messenger Beta Hits v6.0, Brings Instant Video Sharing And Really Big Likes

If you chat it up on Facebook often (hey, it's OK, we're not passing judgment), then good news is afoot: you can now send videos over the messaging service. Only short videos need apply, however – you'll have to keep it under 15 seconds, much like Instagram. Users take videos directly from within Messenger's camera feature, which makes it easy to grab a quick vid.

And when you receive a video from your friends, you can show your enthusiasm and support with Messenger's other new feature: BIG LIKES.

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The NFL's Completely Redesigned Fantasy Football Android App Sports A New, Modern UI

There comes a point in the life of a product where the developers say screw it, let's just start over. This isn't the first official NFL fantasy football app to hit the Play Store (that would be back in 2011), but it is completely brand new. The software is sporting a thorough redesign that should look just fine on a brand new Android device.

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Samsung Releases Official First Look Video That Highlights What The New Galaxy Tab S Can Do

Samsung has formally taken the covers off the Galaxy Tab S, and now it's time to see what this puppy is capable of. Okay, you will actually have to wait for reviews to start flowing in for that, but in the meantime, the company has released its official first look video. Here you can see a spiffy young gentleman break down all the niceties about the tablet that we've covered a few times before.

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Google Maps Has Arrived At Its Destination, App Reaches 1 Billion Downloads

When Gmail hit 1 billion downloads early last month, it was a pretty safe bet some of the other Google apps would follow closely behind. The next entrant to the exclusive club came only a few weeks later, and this time it's Maps taking the spotlight. Even if it occasionally sends us through winding mountain roads and quiet neighborhoods during cross-country trips, we should give a round of applause for the app that always got us where we needed to go!

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