Now that Google Glass is out in the public, what does the future hold for the device? Will we as a society accept this device, and what apps would we use? Toronto-based creative agency Playground Inc. has answered this question with a concept video that envisions what we may be using Glass for in the coming months.
The video, titled 'Googlighting' stars the rather clumsily named "Googen Apperson," who is applying for a job at what seems to be a large business. However, throughout the interview, he fails to answer key questions about functionality in Google Apps that feature in Microsoft's counterparts, meaning he fails in his escapades.
Well, turns out you all complained loud enough for some pretty sweet compensation.
Blackberry today announced it is offering free apps worth £63 to appease customers hit by its three-day global blackout. Showing that the Canadians sure know how to apologise, RIM claimed the selection of premium apps will be offered as 'an expression of appreciation for their patience' during the disruptions.