And here we go. The rush of Google news surrounding Google I/O has begun. The Google Glass team is kicking things off with all sorts of Glass news, and we’re going to get started by talking about the latest software coming to Glass. Here’s a list of all the new Glassware that’s going to be ... Read More »
Here in the US we’ve had the privilege of buying Google Glass for quite a while now, and trust us, we take advantage of it all the time. It’s great! Starting today we’re no longer alone, as Google has announced that Google Glass is now available in the UK for a full £1,000 (equaling $1700).
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Since last week, Google Glass has entered open beta and anyone can purchase the once exclusive wearable device. This is awesome for those who have wanted the piece of technology, but a problem with online sales is that you can’t try before you buy. ... Read More »
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Google Glass is still a young and new technology, and so we always expect to hear of problems arise from its public use. Let’s face it: having a camera strapped to your face will make some people uneasy. However, a Google Glass Explorer was recently involved in her second issue with Glass, ... Read More »
Throwing down $1500 for Google Glass is hard, especially when there are a few color options and you don’t know which to choose. It’s not like you can just try on all the different styles and then choose one. You’ll be lucky to know anyone with Google Glass at all. But Google is attempting to ... Read More »
Miss out on your chance to get Google Glass the past couple of times Google extended invitations to its Explorer program? Well if some newly-leaked documents are to be believed, you may soon be able to finally get a unit of your own with minimal effort.
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Prescription Google Glass unit shown in new photos, Explorers receive invitations to swap for updated model
Google has confirmed that it plans to offer Glass hardware that will be compatible with prescription eyeglasses, and tonight we’ve gotten an early peek at what the device might look like. Google employee Brian Matiash has posted a couple of photos of the prescription Glass unit to Read More »
Google X is a wonderfully mysterious place. A secret lab managed and used by some of Google’s brightest minds, it’s the home of modern moonshot thinking. A house for ideas that completely abandon judgement and limitations. Already responsible for a wide array of projects, like Glass and driverless cars, Google X is getting ready to ... Read More »
Seeing the apps Google has in store for us with Glass is exciting in itself, but as is the story with smartphones and tablets right now, it’s the third-party apps that really make the platform. So just what exactly will developers be able to do with Glass? Duke University is working on an app for ... Read More »