02/20/13 Google unveiled its Glass Explorer contest. Non-developers may be able to get their hands on the prototype of Google Glass.
(2 months and 27 days ago)
In all of its advertising for the new product, Google has suggested that Glass can be used anywhere. On a hot air balloon, in the park, skiing, anywhere. But what happens when you wear Glass while drunk? Obviously, nobody really knows because Google Glass isn't available to the public yet. Thankfully for us, though, comedy duo stuntbear have imagined what it would look like...
(2 months and 7 days ago)
Sure, Google Glass is cool, but it's also weird looking. In an effort to get Google Glass on more people's heads, the company has a new strategy to make Glass more likable: Slap a "Made in America" sticker on it. Google will (at least initially) manufacture Glass in the U.S., The Financial Times reports. Google is working with Foxconn to make Glass in Silicon Valley, near...
(1 month and 20 days ago)
I'd wager that most of you reading this didn't make it out to Austin for SXSW, and even fewer of you still have ever gotten some hands-on time with Google's ambitious Glass project. On the off chance that you've been spending these past few weeks agonizing over all the juicy Glass tidbits you missed out on by not being there, you can rest easy -- Google has posted the full...
(1 month and 12 days ago)
Up to now, only software developers have been eligible to get their hands on Google Glass, the computing headset Google introduced last year. Now, it's opening up the chance to test it out to up to 8,000 "bold, creative individuals" like you--as long as you have $1,500 plus tax to spare.
(2 months and 28 days ago)
Lucky Joshua Topolsky of The Verge got to try Google’s Google Glass wearable computer, which the company says it plans to make available by the end of this year. He gives a long and interesting report on his experiences — which pretty much left him a believer: The more I used Glass the more it made sense to me; the more I wanted it. If the team had told me I could sign up to...
(2 months and 26 days ago)
In April 2012, Google presented a video about their development called Project Glass, which explored how "technology should work for you—to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don't." Now aptly referred to as Google Glass, this hands-free gadget is worn on your face like regular eye gear and utilizes voice activation to perform it's smartphone-like...
(2 months and 28 days ago)
Google has invested time and money in Glass, its ultimate hands-free device, which may go on sale to the public later this year.
(2 months and 8 days ago)
If Google is making us stupid, Google Glass is destined to make us even stupider. While consistent with Google's mission to "organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful," Google Glass may actually be too much of a good thing. Way too much.
(11 days ago)
Right now, Google Glass is just a pair of weird looking specs that's pretty much only used to take blurry photos and Instagram selfies. And that's okay! The real promise is what comes next. Developers have been getting their hands on Google Glass and have begun to see what they can build with it. It's the base for the future. Playground Inc. imagined what Google Glass would...
(3 days ago)
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