I think we're nowhere close to having the right mindset for this type of technology. It will almost certainly increase the number of accidents on our roads, not to mention the personal rights we are supposed to enjoy that will more than likely be destroyed as soon as these are cheap enough to be everywhere.
On the "article" itself, I have to agree - there's nothing of substance being "reported" here - the fact that there will be rivals to the Google Glass is pretty much a safe bet, so this is just part of a marketing campaign that shouldn't really be here Toms...
This device ass pictured could not possibly have a large enough battery and if you added one the weight would, well you know.
Some of what Tom's does is act as a portal that points you to other sites, which is smart because it avoids redundancy. If you see something you like you can click on the source link or use a search engine of your choice.
Maybe that's just to advanced a concept, you know '2 ruff 4 u' to comprehend, but here's a newsflash for you every tech site does the same thing as do news sites, in fact just about every site has blurbs with links to other sites.