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The U.K. cinema industry is clamping down on Google Glass as privacy concerns continue to swirl around the technology on both sides of the Atlantic.

The Cinema Exhibitors Association, which represents about 90% of U.K. cinema operators, has banned wearable technology such as Google Glass from its members’ auditoriums. The Association is asking customers not to enter any cinema auditorium using wearable technology capable of recording images, regardless of whether a movie is playing or not.

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Did a Google camera catch murder?
Monday, 09 June 2014 06:46

A Google Street View camera caught what looked like murder on the streets of Scotland. CNN's Errol Barnett explains.

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Did a Google camera capture murder?
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:49

A Google Street View camera caught what looked like murder on the streets of Scotland. CNN's Errol Barnett explains.

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cloud1The cloud has been making major strides in the consumer market for several years, but now it seems that it is about to take off in enterprise computing as well. According to a recent forecast by IDC, one of the world’s leading IT market analysis firms, 2014 is going to be the year that the cloud enters the mainstream of enterprise computing.

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ford-puts-self-driving-car-on-show1This week, Ford unveiled its vision of the future – a prototype for an autonomous vehicle based on the Ford Fusion Hybrid. The company will be using the vehicle as part of a research program that it hopes will lead to it launching a driverless car to market by 2025. Ford is working with the University of Michigan and the insurance firm State Farm on the initiative, which is intended to catapult Ford into the lead in the race to bring driverless cars to the mass market.

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larry-pageGoogle's Larry Page posted on the official Google blog information regarding the allegations and claims surrounding the NSA disclosure.

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