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* Google (GOOG) is now testing a pair of augmented reality glasses it intends to eventually sell. "Project Glass," as it's called, will project information onto the lenses for users to consume and interact with. (The New York Times)
* Daring Fireball's John Gruber says Apple (AAPL) has an iPad prototype with a smaller 7.85-inch screen in-house. But just because it's created one doesn't mean it'll ever see the light of day. (The Verge)
* E-book reading is on the rise: 21% of Americans have read an e-book over the last year, compared with 17% the year before. (Pew Research)
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