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Snap Poll: Majority not interested in smart glasses (access required)

Only 14% of respondents ‘very interested’ as technology becomes more widespread

Rochester-based Vuzix announced this week that it has begun mass production of the world’s first Windows-based smart glasses, in partnership with Toshiba. The announcement comes after Vuzix unveiled its Android-based Blade smart glasses at CES in January. With both Android- and Windows-based smart glasses in the works, Vuzix is positioning itself as a leader as the ...

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