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Tech giants unveil new gadgets as they introduce devices that could transform the way people interact with the internet



Tech giants including Apple, Google and Amazon are unveiling new gadgets that could radically change how people interact online, as they try to keep up with the fast-moving nature of the world.

The companies have unveiled a range of new devices designed to let users easily access the vast amount of information online, from video streaming to online shopping to email.

They are also developing new online video services that promise to cut the cost of video streaming, which they argue will save them money.

The devices, which include Google’s Project Glass, are designed to be worn on the outside of glasses.

Google Glass, designed by Google Glass co-founder Sergey Brin, has become a big hit for the company as its technology is used in its smart glasses and other products.

Google said it would add the wearable technology to its glasses as soon as it had it ready for consumers.

Google Glass can see and interact with you through a small screen and includes a camera, microphone and microphone-like earpieces.

It will cost $1,500 (£1,400) and can be used with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account.

Other new gadgets include Apple’s Project Tango, which allows users to turn their iPhone into a camera and video player, and Microsoft’s Project Morpheus, which is intended to let people explore virtual worlds.

Microsoft said in a blog post that it had partnered with the University of Washington and other institutions to design and develop the new augmented reality glasses.

The company said it was using the money to help fund research on its Morpheus headset, which will be able to project images and virtual worlds onto the inside of people’s eyes.

It said it hoped to bring its new glasses to market by 2021.

Microsoft has also been investing in virtual reality headset maker Oculus VR, which it bought in 2014 for $2.7 billion.

Microsoft’s Project Ara, which was unveiled last year, is designed to make it easier for users to connect to Wi-Fi networks and use other Internet-connected devices like smartphones and tablets.

The $20-billion smartphone-maker is working with a range and partners to roll out Project Ara.

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