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Saga shows off what Google Glasses could do (albeit today)

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Saga is a new kind of app. It studies what you do. How you do it. When you do it. Where you do it. Who you do it with. It's an app that studies your context and builds an intelligent companion.

Yes, it's iPhone only today, but will come to Android soon.

Here founder Andy Hickl shows me the app and explains to me what it does, and how it'll protect my privacy. Sign up for it at http://www.getsaga.com/

Saga is a new kind of app. It studies what you do. How you do it. When you do it. Where you do it. Who you do it with. It's an app that studies your context and builds an intelligent companion. Yes, it's iPhone only today, but will come to Android soon. Here founder Andy Hickl shows me the app and explains to me what it does, and how it'll protect my privacy. Sign up for it at http://www.getsaga.com/

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In-depth look at contextual SDK from Qualcomm

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Context. It's the next frontier. Your mobile phone will know a lot more about you. Not just where you are, but what you are doing. What you are looking at, and more. Why does this matter? Here Ian Heidt, who runs the Gimbal team, talks to me about Qualcomm's new SDK. Learn more at http://www.gimbal.com

Context. It's the next frontier. Your mobile phone will know a lot more about you. Not just where you are, but what you are doing. What you are looking at, and more. Why does this matter? Here Ian Heidt, who runs the Gimbal team, talks to me about Qualcomm's new SDK. Learn more at http://www.gimbal.com

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