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Submission + - Google: Project Glass Now Ready To Ship (ibtimes.com) 1

redletterdave writes: In an email sent out to Googleâ(TM)s Glass Explorers list on Tuesday morning, Google announced that its $1,500 smart glasses have finally come off the production line, and will soon release to developers in batches. âoeWeâ(TM)ve been working hard on the Glass Explorer Edition and we have great news: the hardware and software are now ready for you,â Google said in its email. âoeThanks in believing in us from the start. Weâ(TM)re very lucky to have you all as our first pioneers, and we canâ(TM)t wait to celebrate with you once youâ(TM)ve all received your Glass. Hereâ(TM)s to the next step.â
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Submission + - Pirate Bay, IsoHunt blocked in India (bayimg.com)

unmole writes: "It seems that India's Department of Telecom has instructed ISP's to block popular torrent trackers like the Pirate Bay and IsoHunt. Visitors now see a page (Screenshot: http://bayimg.com/PaoFFaaDg) informing that "This site has been blocked as per instructions from Department of Telecom (DOT) .", with no additional details. The Department of Telecom has not made any public announcement to this effect. This comes months after "an Indian court gave the green signal for prosecuting social networking sites (http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/01/14/1257223/india-oks-censoring-facebook-google-microsoft-yahoo)."

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