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Microsoft Enters Wearable Computing with Chrome on a T-Shirt

Microsoft’s first attempt at wearable computing is a T shirt (100% wearable isn’t it?) that runs displays Google Chrome (logo) on it. And it is a hit. The T-SHIRTS and mugs are sold out, says Forbes.

Ok, that was half joke.

Microsoft released new T shirts to let us know that Chrome is stealing user data. Here it is:

In response, Google spokesperson told The Verge that Microsoft’s decision to sell anti-Google shirts on its website “comes as no surprise” because “competition in the wearables space really is heating up.”

Popular with Google Employees

Ironically, the scroogled Tshirts and mugs are popular with Googlers, and they are probably behind the fact that these items are no longer in stock.

Who knew Tshirts were the future of wearable computing!

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  1. Somebody needs to make a t-shirt for Microsoft that says, “Always Two Years Behind Google” on it. They need to start innovating, not knocking their competition. Just sayin’.


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