Sure, You May Make Your Tech Survive Obsolescence

Ray-Ban’s first-gen smart glasses deliver a lot to the desk, together with an opportunity to star in a real-life dystopian sci-fi flick, controversially directed by Facebook. They have a camera for capturing first-person-perspective content material in HD, a single-touch pad for controlling music and the digital camera, and near-ear audio system so you can leave your headphones or smartphone in pocket while answering a call. Now out there so that you can channel The Matrix this Halloween, or as your every day outfit if you’re actually that into Neo and Trinity.—M.L. Axios has reported that Google has made vital steps by working with Samsung in an effort to design their own custom chipsets for future Pixel smartphones and ultimately, Chromebooks. For an ontologically—perhaps pathologically—future-facing industry, something looks attainable; it has to. And but, amid the up to date rhetoric, it may be straightforward to forget that venture-funded companies have at …