While Google Glass didn’t quite catch on as the company had hoped, that doesn’t mean it wasn’t an entirely bad idea. Especially in special use case scenarios. Enter: Garmin’s Varia Vision, a wearable headset designed for cyclists.
The Garmin Varia Vision features a small display that rests directly below your eye, and serves ... Read More »
Remember earlier this year when reports suggested that new Google Glass hardware, dubbed Enterprise Edition, was in the works? Well, Google still hasn’t announced any new Glass, but that didn’t stop the FCC from going ahead and posting images of the unannounced hardware.
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Google Glass is still in development, and a new retail version will eventually launch, but for now Google is taking a different approach. According to this report, the company has been prepping a new model of Google Glass exclusively for workplaces and businesses, not meant for public use.
The new model comes with a bigger battery that’s ... Read More »
For a few weeks now, 9to5Google has been leaking a steady stream of information on the latest version of Google Glass set be released in the near future, called Google Glass Enterprise Edition. Today, the blog has released a new set of leaked information on the wearable with hardware details and how it ... Read More »
Rumors have been circulating about a new version of Google Glass coming soon, and now 9to5Google has some details on what we can expect from this new version. For starters, internally it’s being called Google Glass Enterprise Edition, the successor to the Explorer Edition. The most notable improvement to it is going to be ... Read More »
There’s a new Google product that went through the FCC, and we don’t know what it is. It isn’t clearly defined as a smartphone or anything at all, but is simply a device that has WiFi and Bluetooth. In fact, it supports both 24.GHz and 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi as well as Bluetooth LE, which ... Read More »
In mid-January, it was announced that Tony Fadell had been put in charge of the Google Glass initiative and that the program had moved out of the Google X exploratory labs and given a full lease on life. While some took that as the end of Google’s wearable technology, many saw it for what ... Read More »
When Google shut down the Glass Explorer program back in January, many speculated that it was the end of the face-mounted wearable. Glass gained fame quickly, with many wanting to drop serious money to own it. But the fame also sparked controversy and privacy concerns from those worried about being recorded ... Read More »
Despite the questionable future for the most well known smart eye-wear product, Google Glass, there seems to be plenty of companies looking to fill the void that Google has at least temporarily left behind.
Sony is looking to get their take on smart headgear out the door in early March, but to be ... Read More »
Big changes are happening around the Google Glass program. Tony Fadell, CEO of Nest and former Apple executive, is being placed at the head of the Google Glass project. This comes as part of an announcement that Google Glass is exiting the Google X labs and becoming a stand-alone unit with Ivy Ross ... Read More »