So you’ve been tuned in to the hype machine for the last year. You’ve seen the unboxings, you’ve read the Google+ Posts, and now you want to know: when can I, a plain ol’ consumer, get my hands on Google Glass? I’m sorry to let you know, you’ve still got another year’s wait ahead of ... Read More »
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This last year has been a wild ride for Google. Through 2012 and early 2013, we’ve been introduced to Google Glass, the Chromebook Pixel, the Nexus Q, Nexus 10, Nexus 7 and Nexus 4. All impressive devices on their own, but together, they form one of the best product portfolios any one company has ever ... Read More »
After a year of waiting, developers and early adopters have started to receive the Google Glass “Explorer Edition” units that were pre-ordered at Google IO 2012. The retail version of Google Glass is expected to be available later this year (for an unknown price that is lower than the $1500 Explorer Edition), but ... Read More »
Google’s Eric Schmidt appeared on-stage at today’s Dive Into Mobile conference, and he hinted Motorola’s upcoming wave of devices. When asked about Motorola’s new set of products, Schmidt said, “[They] are phenomenal. Wait and see for this next generation of technology, it’s very impressive.” Specific details about any new products were withheld, but Schmidt hinted ... Read More »
There’s one very logical reason why Google opens almost all their projects and services as a limited beta before exposing them to the world. The more people testing things, the better. With something as personal as Glass, it would make sense for Google to want to beta test in as many unique situations as possible. ... 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 »
We were all impressed when Google posted the very first Google Glass concept video. Since then, we’ve seen very little of what the UI has to offer. Many have wondered exactly how Google’s wearable computing device will help make our lives easier.
To help answer those questions, Google has posted a new ... Read More »
Wearable computing is just starting to take the consumer technology market by storm, with watches already rising to the top as the go to device for experimenting with the trend. We know Google has an interest in wearable computing with Glass, but watches seem like a much more accessible product. So what would a Google ... Read More »
Google Glass is slowly but surely making its way out of the world of vaporware and into reality. We’ve seen the wearable computer in a number of places, from Google IO to NY Fashion Week, but Google has been quiet on much of Glass’ functionality.
What exactly can Glass do? How far along is development? ... Read More »