Engadget's magazine, Distro, arrives with a look at wearable computing and the history behind Google Glass in their newly published Issue 70. It includes a good overview of the history of wearable tech and who the hot players are now. "The first wearable 'augmentations' span from the 11th and 12th centuries all the way up to Google's side project that has built a ton of momentum this year. In the cover story of this week's issue of our e-magazine, we take a look at Google Glassand the timeline of wearable computing that's led us to this point. Eyes-On keeps up the theme while taking a gander at Garmin's Fenix and we offer up an in-depth review of the second coming of Jawbone's UP. If that's not enough, the brains behind the Pebble smartwatch, Eric Migicovsky, submits his responses to the Q&A." Continue reading at Engadget.