Wearable technology and enhanced user interfaces have become the new frontier for the technology industry's biggest names. Google is beta testing Glass, a wearable glasses-based interface that allows for hands-free browsing; Microsoft changed the way we interact with video games with its Xbox Kinect; and Apple is rumored to be including gesture-based control into a new iTV -- and don't forget the iWatch whispers. Overall, the tech sector is looking at how we interact with our devices and raising the bar.

In the video below, Fool.com contributor Doug Ehrman discusses a completely new interface that could change Internet security forever, not to mention how you interact with your various devices in the future.


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The article Eat Your Hearts Out, Google, Microsoft, and Apple originally appeared on Fool.com.

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