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BAN, A proclamation, or public notice any summons or edict by which a thing is forbidden or commanded. Vide Bans of Matrimony; Proclamation; Cowell's Interp.

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MATERIALS ACCESS AND READING IN A WEARABLE COMPUTING WORLD
Meanwhile, many auto manufacturers, including BMW, Audi, Daimler and Volkswagen, are pursuing opportunities with wearable computing, says Lawo, who oversaw the wearIT@work programme.
Some of those issues are apt to be discussed at a conference Mann is organizing in Toronto in June called the "Social implications of wearable computing and augmediated reality."
This brings wearable computing an unparalleled connectivity to those who demand the ultimate in technology.
"Through the Open Handheld Program we hope to unleash the future potential of handheld and wearable computing and spark invention on the Linux platform."
In the future, biometrics will evolve using wearable computing devices to monitor bodily health signs and report a person's vital signs to digital hospitals via wireless transmission.
Xybernaut Corporation (NASDAQ:XYBR), Fairfax, Virginia, a leader in wearable computing, has entered into an agreement to sell wearable computers and IT support to the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College in Fort Schulyler, New York.
Academia and industry are constantly finding more and more uses for wearable computing, taking advantage of the flexibility and freedom of this break-through technology."
Xybernaut Corporation is a provider of hardware, software and service solutions to the wearable computing industry.
LHIC has also invested in four private companies: ViA Inc, a Minnesota-based maker of wearable computing and communications products; Mindmaker Inc, a San Jose, California producer of artificial intelligence technology components; Mediacom Technologies PTE Ltd, a Singapore based designer of telecommunications products; and Star Globe Technologies Pyte Ltd, a Singapore-based provider of multilingual software.
Earlier today, Vuzix (VUZI) announced that the company has been selected by Oracle (ORCL) to showcase Oracle Service Cloud solutions for wearable computing and smart glasses on the Vuzix M300 at the Modern CX event in Chicago, Illinois at McCormick Place Building West on April 10-12.The Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses deliver a "hands free" digital world, providing unprecedented access to information, data collection and more.