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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 3, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 3, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. Are you ready to see what made news in the world of tech today? Then get ready for a ride because it was a huge day. For starters, the jury is closing in on a verdict in Oracls vs Google case. That's something that would normally trigger a lot of discussion but it was far overshadowed because.....Samsung's Galaxy S III was officially announced. And, as if that wasn't enough, Facebook's IPO has been set at $11.8 billion.

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Forget Embarrassment, I’d Wear Google’s AR Glasses

Forget Embarrassment, I’d Wear Google’s AR Glasses

I'm a geek, an early-adopter and a lover of science-fiction; I also have relatively little shame: of course I'm the ideal target audience for Google Glasses. If the rumors are to be believed, Google's wily engineers have used their "20-percent time" to cook up some Android-powered digital goggles, overlaying augmented reality data onto the real-world view. The first generation is likely to be oversized and expensive, but I'll still probably buy them anyway and wear them with pride. Here's why, and what I think Google needs to do if its Google Glasses are to succeed.

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Qualcomm Demo Zero Shutter Lag Multi-Burst Photo Capture at Uplinq [Video]

Qualcomm Demo Zero Shutter Lag Multi-Burst Photo Capture at Uplinq [Video]

The folks at Qualcomm continue to impress with their newest demo which displays some zero shutter lag multi-burst photo capture. Sounds like they're ramping up for quite the processor war, and they're leaving no stone unturned. In this case, they've invited three warrior women to the stage during the Snapdragon Super Session on June the 2nd 2011. What they then do is use the Qualcomm MDP to capture a series of photos of these women fighting, a series of photos taken one after another in such quick succession that they're able to use the best face and features of the women and use which pieces they like.

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NEC shows off Camera Engine 151 SoC for camera phones

NEC shows off Camera Engine 151 SoC for camera phones

Camera phones are great thanks to the fact that they allow us to have a camera with us at all times. Take the iPhone for instance I like that there is a camera there, but we can all agree that the quality of the camera leaves a lot to be desired. The day when our camera phones can take pictures as well as a stand-alone camera will be a happy day for most of us.

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