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1. Google Glass to Hit Developers' Hands This Month

1. Google Glass to Hit Developers' Hands This Month

Google announced plans Tuesday to hold a "Glass Foundry" in San Francisco and New York in the coming weeks: Two full days of hacking that will allow developers to get an early look at Glass and start developing for the platform.Learn more about Google's announcement: http://on.mash.to/Wdd3dyPhoto by Mashable, Pete Pachal

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It was CES 2013 "hangover week" in the tech world this week. With the gadgets bonanza in the rear-view mirror, the top tech news stories were understandably lacking some gizmos. But fear not -- the world of tech was still filled with exciting news.

The biggest announcement of the week was probably that Google Glass will finally be available for developers this very month, with two events planned in San Francisco and New York. So we'll soon know more about Google's secretive and futuristic project. The search giant also has new ideas regarding computer security. Or, more precisely, on how to replace passwords.

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There were also a lot of somewhat weird tech stories, like the invention of ice cubes that can tell you when you've had a little bit too much booze -- and text your friends to warn them. Or an alarm clock that sends you an electric shock to wake you up.

Oh, and Chevrolet unveiled the new version of its iconic Corvette, the 2014 Stingray.

Take a look at our Top 10 Tech This Week to see what else happened this week in the world of technology.

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