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Developers uncertain about the future of Google Glass
Google has pushed back the mass-market introduction of Glass amid signs that some developers and consumers have lost interest in the controversial eyewear, several reports state. A survey of 16 developers found nine have abandoned Glass and turned instead to smartwatches and other devices they consider more socially acceptable and potentially profitable. Industry observers say Glass may succeed as a profitable, work-oriented niche product. More -- Reuters
How Your Smartphone Is Killing Money
Your wallet is filled with lies, and your checking account is just an illusion. "Money" is absolutely meaningless—or rather, it's only as meaningful as we choose it to be. Indeed, the end of physical currency is nigh, and it's all your smartphone's fault. More -- Evan Dashevsky, PCMag.com
Wearables are for Kids, Too
This year's well-heeled kid will have a variety of smart watches, wearable clothing and jewelry to choose from. Just like mom and dads. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times
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Flurry: Americans spend more time viewing content on mobile devices than on TVs Smartphone and tablet owners now spend more time viewing content on those screens than on TV sets, says digital analytics firm Flurry. While they watch an average of 2 hours and 48 minutes on TVs -- per government estimates -- device owners spend 2 hours and 57 minutes each day with their electronics. More -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Samsung eyes connected devices to replace sagging mobile sales
Samsung Electronics is turning to the Internet of Things to pick up the slack for a global decline in its share of smartphone sales. "Imagine if all the dumb things around you can be connected. For Samsung, this is a big new opportunity, a huge paradigm shift," Samsung's Yoon Lee said during a virtual tour of his California home via streaming video on his cellphone from his office in South Korea. More -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Sony Music to consider value of free streaming services
Sony is considering whether its artists will continue to provide songs for free, advertising-supported streaming services, says Kevin Kelleher of Sony Music. "What it all really comes down to is how much value are the music company and the artist getting from the different consumption methods," he says. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)
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Samsung will pare smartphone models for 2015
Samsung Electronics will move to cut costs by reducing the number of smartphone models by as much as 30% next year. Analysts expect the move to improve the company's ability to manage its supply chain and inventory. Also, Samsung reportedly will transfer about 500 employees out of its mobile unit in the wake of declining profits. More -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Nikon campaign targets "Generation Image"
Nikon is launching a holiday campaign around the idea that the millennial generation, which has fully embraced visual communication, should embrace technology beyond the smartphone camera. The campaign is themed "I am Generation Image" and includes online video, digital and social efforts. Nikon's creative agency McCann Erickson New York is among five agencies working on the campaign. More -- The New York Times (tiered subscription model)
Samsung enters streaming-video space in U.S.
Samsung has announced Milk Video, an option for viewing video on mobile devices, in the U.S. The service includes content partnership with outfits such as Funny or Die, Vice and The Onion. More -- Engadget
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