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Google Glass has generated plenty of interest and excitement. But before we crown it an industry revolutionizer, let’s not forget that Google Glass still doesn’t have a clear response to the one big question that all revolutionary products must answer:
How does it make my life better?
Every game-changing product innovation over the past three decades had a very simple answer to that question. For example, the iPhone gave you the Internet in your pocket. The BlackBerry gave you e-mail on your phone. The Macintosh (and later Windows) gave you a computer you could use without typing in computer codes.
Those were game changers. They made big promises, and they delivered.
What’s the big promise with Google Glass? We still don’t have a good answer.
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Surrounded by sacred ground, destined to become a Big Apple icon and watched with hope by an entire nation, the dazzling new skyscraper that will reshape New York’s skyline is one step closer to completion.
This is what’s really important.
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Hubble Space Telescope launched 23 years ago today.
Inside the George W. Bush Presidential Center, which is dedicated today: http://usat.ly/17klslV
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One last image, before we call it a night, via Twitter user @brighter_moments. Our full explainer with running updates is here.
An undated classroom photo of Martin Richard, the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, shows him holding up a handwritten sign that reads “No more hurting people. Peace.” The photo was posted to Facebook by a friend of Martin’s teacher. He did not survive; his mother and sister were injured in the blasts. (Via Twitter.com/jaketapper)