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Google Glass could eventually look normal, Netflix sets the mood in your living room and crutches, reinvented

Kiran Aditham
  • 21 august 2014

Amazon may have its sights set first on India to test its drone-delivery service. Quartz

A few Netflix engineers have developed a way to change your living room light colors based on what movie you’re streaming. GigaOm

EyeVerify, makers of the eyeball selfie for secure banking tool, have secured $6 million in second series A funding. TechCrunch

An Ontario-based industrial designer aims to reinvent crutches with a device called Sit & Stand. Gizmodo

Yes, there are now Caramel Apple-flavored Oreos and they’re taking their exclusive place on shelves at Target. Consumerist

Scanning a baby’s fingerprints can track immunizations. Futurity

Could the Google Glass of the future look like ordinary glasses? CNet

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