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A Forensic Understanding of Google Glass

Written by DFMag


The “Shattered Project”: A Forensic Understanding of Google Glass

Google Glass presents an interesting middle ground between a mobile device and an accessory.

Google Glass presents an interesting middle ground between a mobile device and an accessory. This is the first time we have seen a device of this power sit between these two categories. A device like this is a disruptive technology and warrants research and documentation to better understand what information can be provided.

With rumors of Google Glass being released to the public before the end of the year, there is a lot of hype as both geeks and non-techies anticipate this new technology finally hitting the market.




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