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Xybernaut, maker of wearable hardware, is launching a newsletter to broadcast news and views about all conceivable events in the wearable PC world. Research information, implementation guidelines and tech support are all covered in the publication. Ed Newman, president and CEO of Xybernaut commented: "We are committed to speeding up the wearable computing paradigm and helping the industry realise its first billion dollar revenue year." But the newsletter is not exclusively shameless self publicity, it is also educational, Newman says. "XyberQuarterly will be targetted at public education, but with a twist," he says. "Unlike other technology leaders with strong intellectual property that keep [it] to themselves, Xybernaut is dedicated to promulgating the entire industry by sharing our experience and technology through strong licencing, technology sharing and cooperative marketing agreements." You can register here for the (free) research info. You will get emails quarterly with a hyperlink to the newsletter. Alternatively, the newsletter is available on paper. Contact cthaler@xybernaut.com for details. If you have forgotten what paper is, go here and look it up. ®

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