"This is not what we mean by live streaming."
A video guide to misusing the forthcoming technology, AFTER THE JUMP...
NBC News reporter Luke Russert just tweeted this photo of Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) testing out Google Glass's capabilities to zap gay marriage.
This was at a weekly House Republican meeting on Wednesday morning.
With Mother's Day approaching, Google has plumbed its extensive YouTube archive to come up with the most heartwarming 'mom' moments in a new clip, which include a lesbian couple's first video with their baby and Mallow610's clip coming out to his mom, which we covered back in February 2012.
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Towleroad reader Shaun proposed to his partner Michael this week at the Google office in London:
He had no idea I would be asking him to marry me. Or that hundreds of people were in on it.
We are a binational couple, separated for the last two years, on and off, without the ability to sponsor Michael for citizenship in the United States because of the Defense of Marriage Act. I flew to London for one of our regular trips and secretly to propose to Michael, in hopes that he'll be able to finally join me permanently in the US after the Supreme Court decision.
Five minutes before the proposal, all of the TV screens in the cafe showed a timer countdown. At about 10 seconds, Michael remarked "its really busy in here. also, what is that timer". Then the video starts.
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Is Chris Brown's new song asking Drake to come out of the closet?
Ben Cohen on the day he received a phone call from Elton John: "He said, 'I hear you’re deaf. I love the work you’re doing and I’d love to help you. When you’re next in America I’m going to send you over to [hearing aid manufacturer] Starkey and fit you out with new state-of-the-art hearing aids. While you’re there you might as well see the head guy, the owner.' It was an amazing day."
Neil Patrick Harris and Newt Gingrich are just two of the few celebrities/notables who have been selected to give Google Glass a whirl.
Howard Kurtz says Anderson Cooper is not interested in Matt Lauer's gig on The Today Show.
20-year-old Cason Crane is on his way to becoming the first openly gay mountaineer to climb the so-called "Seven Summits." He started on number six yesterday: Mount Everest.
Katy Perry and Jane Lynch bump into each other while out on a hike.
The green meteorite found in Morocco last year might just be from the planet Mercury.
Madonna's homeless brother gets blunt about his relationship with his sister: "She lives in her own world. I never loved her in the first place, she never loved me."
Nelson Mandela on the mend after being diagnosed with pneumonia.
The Real World cast member Marlon Williams admits to a past gay experience but insists he is neither gay or bisexual.
Facebook co-founder Sean Parker will get married in June in a medieval-themed wedding celebration.
Google founder Sergey Brin spoke at the 2013 TED conference about the company's upcoming Google Glass, in which a screen is strapped to your face via a wiry headpiece.
He spent the first few minutes of his presentation trying to trash the smartphone:
"I feel like it’s kind of emasculating. Does anybody else feel that way? You know you're standing around there, and you're just like rubbing this featureless piece of glass. There's not even anything to feel. Is this what you're meant to do with your body?"
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