• Google revealed more information about its Glass product, which is expected to go on sale next year. The headset, which resembles a pair of glasses, will project images onto the retina of a human eye that Google says will take up as much space in your vision as a 25” computer monitor about 3m away from you. The set will have a built-in 5MP camera capable of shooting 720p video and 16GB of storage space. It will accept voice commands and connect to your smartphone. • Pay television operator TopTV has discontinued two of its channels, Top Movies +24 and Top Junior, as part of a restructuring operation. The company is under business rescue in terms of the Companies Act and has failed to captivate the market in South Africa where the pay television sector is dominated by Naspers’s Multichoice. • If you live in Japan it’s now possible to get a 2Gbps broadband Internet connection in your home. The Light Nuro fibre-optic link, which is 200 times faster than the best Telkom ADSL connection in SA, is being provided by So-net Entertainment Corporation at a monthly price of ¥4 980 ‒ equivalent to about R470.