“Google Glass, the wearable technology from the search giant, is gaining a ton of buzz,” Dan Simon reports for CNN. “But Apple CEO Tim Cook is not a huge fan of its potential. ‘I think from a mainstream point of view, this is difficult,’ Cook said… Cook noted that he needs glasses to see and questioned whether people would want wearable technology on their faces. ‘I don’t know a lot of people that wear them (glasses) that don’t have to,’ he said.”
“Cook was speaking at the “All Things D” technology conference Tuesday evening. The annual event draws hundreds of technology executives from around the world,” Simon reports. “Questioned by moderators Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, who manage the technology blog by the same name, Cook seemed to hint that Apple may someday enter the ‘wearables’ market, but declined to be specific.”
Simon reports, “Speculation has been rampant in recent months that Apple might unveil an iWatch. ‘I think there are lots of things to solve in this space. It’s an area that’s ripe for exploration,’ he said.”
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