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An extremely rare and out of this world treasure was discovered recently. One that has many asking questions about why and how it went missing in the first place. When we think of computers the thought of a 37 year old handmade system from 1976 doesn’t sound too exciting. Google’s Glass wearable could soon be able to recognize faces of those around the wearer, thanks to a dedicated service for human and object recognition that could be built into third-party apps. Imagine a future where a wound, damaged nerves, and stunted bones can be tended to using a small electronic circuit that dissolves in the body after performing its necessary function. It has been a week to the dot since the Syrian Electronic Army has last commandeered an unsuspecting Twitter account, this time going after the United Kingdom’s ITV News media company, which owns the UK’s largest TV station. On February 25, we reported that Samsung would be stopping work on Bada OS while merging some of its features into Tizen OS, making the latter operating system backwards compatible with Bada apps. Domain squatters are pesky folks who strive to nab up as many domain names as they can that take advantage of another entity’s trademark for the purpose of profiting from it. Google has been throwing a lot of effort and money into its Google Fiber gigabit Internet plans, having announced several cities in the past couple months that are slated to get the service. On May 8, we reported that SlashGear was getting multiple hits from a device running Android Jelly Bean 4. Google Glass Explorer Editions are a developer’s wonderland, full of little secrets we probably won’t see – in part, at least – in the regular consumer edition.