updated 11:26 am EDT, Mon June 30, 2014
Vue cinemas bans Google Glass from UK movie screenings
Google Glass has been banned from cinemas in the United Kingdom, one week after the head-mounted device went on sale in the country. Following the lead of the Alamo Drafthouse, Vue cinemas has taken a stand against Glass, reports The Independent, while Cinema Exhibitors' Association chief executive Phil Clapp warns that customers will be requested not to wear Glass into cinema auditoriums, "whether the film is playing or not."
T-Mobile opens pre-orders for LG G3 ahead of July 16th release
T-Mobile has made the LG G3 available to pre-order, ahead of its retail release on the carrier on July 16th. The flagship smartphone, notable for having a 5.5-inch QuadHD IPS display and a 13MP laser auto focus camera, is being sold at $599, with T-Mobile yet to list a monthly payment plan option for the device, nor an option for its Jump early upgrades scheme.