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    In this Jan. 31, 2014 photo taken using Google Glass, vehicles are stopped at a traffic light in New York. (AP Photo/Barbara Ortutay)




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    This August, 2013 photo illustration provided by Google shows a frame from a moving time-lapse sequence of images, as Internet viewers would see it, of rafters on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park., Ariz. Google has taken its all-seeing eyes on a trip that few ever get to experience - a moving tour of the river through the Grand Canyon courtesy of a Google time-lapse camera making sequential images. The search giant partnered with American Rivers to showcase the whitewater rapids, a handful of hiking trails, the towering red canyon walls and the stress placed on the river by drought and humans. The imagery taken last August went live Thursday, March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Google)


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    This August, 2013 photo provided by Google is a frame from a moving time-lapse sequence of images of rafters on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park., Ariz. Google has taken its all-seeing eyes on a trip that few ever get to experience - a moving tour of the river through the Grand Canyon courtesy of a Google time-lapse camera making sequential images. The search giant partnered with American Rivers to showcase the whitewater rapids, a handful of hiking trails, the towering red canyon walls and the stress placed on the river by drought and humans. The imagery taken last August went live Thursday, March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Google)


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    This August, 2013 photo provided by Google shows a frame from a moving time-lapse sequence of images of rafters on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park., Ariz. Google has taken its all-seeing eyes on a trip that few ever get to experience - a moving tour of the river through the Grand Canyon courtesy of a Google time-lapse camera making sequential images. The search giant partnered with American Rivers to showcase the whitewater rapids, a handful of hiking trails, the towering red canyon walls and the stress placed on the river by drought and humans. The imagery taken last August went live Thursday, March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Google)





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