Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema


"I don't know a single person who watches the Super Bowl," said a worried Steve Jobs, then just 28 years old. The event he was referring to commanded a television audience of more than 80 million at the time, but Jobs' nervousness at the prospect of Apple spending $1.6m (£1m) to secure two 60-second TV ad slots during the game was understandable. After all, the kind of computers that Apple manufactured just didn't belong in the home of the average football fan; its pioneering Lisa machine was priced at an eye-watering $10,000, the equivalent to more than $23,000 (£14,000) today.
Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema Reviewed by Glam Treat on 09:43:00 Rating: 5

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