News and Articles About Google Glass
Called the SmartEyeGlass, the latest computer for your face will be available in March 2015. And it may be even more awkward-looking than Google Glass.
The latest Google Glass ban does not bode well for widespread adoption.
Finger-prick glucose tests could soon be a pain of the past. The two mega companies have joined forces to make biosensor-packed smart lenses a reality for diabetes patients.
While Parviz's expertise lies in the realm of high-tech optics, it is not yet known what projects he will undertake at Amazon.
In the best possible ways, though. Right?
In a segment on Jon Stewart's popular show, people who wear Google Glass are made to look like, well, idiots.
The tech company unveiled a range of headsets created in collaboration with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, which will go on sale June 23.
It wasn't just a rumor. Google is officially getting into the smartwatch game. Here's the latest on the smart watch everyone's talking about.
Google is reportedly set to release the first 4,000 prototypes of its newest tablet, which will be able to 'see' a user's surroundings.
But be warned: it's a pretty shaky experience.
Take these fast, easy steps to keep your mug out of Google ads.
The best of both worlds. Have your Google Glass and pay for stuff in Bitcoin too. All you have to do is nod. Well, sort of.
Google has made its much-hyped gadget available to anyone in the U.S., but one tech analyst says buying it now is unwise.
According to a new Pew study, if you're like a lot of Americans, you'd like to own something that gets you places faster, lets you time-travel or somehow prolongs your life.
The tech company has a new patent application to apply Google Glass's camera feature to contact lenses.
As the smart glasses go on sale to the masses, we want to know if it's worth the money -- and the hassle.
The tech giant proves that it's also a savvy marketer, planning a one-day, limited-supply offering.
Google has inked a deal with the largest eyewear company in the world to develop Glass devices for Luxottica's Oakley and Ray-Ban brands.
Oh, so, Google Glass won't turn you into a creepy, intrusive eyeborg? Right.
The tech giant creates a a new platform for its expanding network of wearable devices.
Google is reportedly looking to open up a brick-and-mortar storefront in New York City where it might sell Chromebooks, Android devices and Google Glass.
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Dont be creepy, do explore the world around you, plus all the 'glasshole' etiquette you'll ever need.
The British airline hopes to improve customer service through wearable technology.
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