Families desperate to communicate with their loved ones in Puerto Rico — thrashed by the most ferocious storm to strike the territory in at least 85 years — have invaded the internet and flooded phone lines searching for ways to get in contact after Hurricane Maria knocked out power and most means of communication to the entire island.
For months, rumors have bounced around the tech world that Amazon was working on augmented reality glasses. Turns out they are, but after the relative failure of Google Glass, questions remain as to whether Amazon can come up with a product that will work in the mass market and what its best use might be. Here & Now s Jeremy Hobson talks with Ben Johnson ( @TheBrockJohnson ), who covers technology for Here & Now . Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.