News and Articles About Google Glass
Wearables are an example of technology that won't replace human workers, just make them vastly more effective at their jobs.
Many will compare Spectacles to Google Glass, but that's not the case.
'You don't want to over hype it and get people very disappointed, and that's what happened with Google Glass,' said investor Tipatat Chennavasin.
Augmendix, based in San Francisco, has raised $40 million so far.
A San Francisco pawn shop is selling the new iteration of Google Glass, and you're going to have to pay a lot more than the Glass Explorer version to get your hands on it.
Start Up Your Day
Plus: Get a peek of the still unreleased Google Glass Enterprise Edition headset.
Snapchat's reportedly created a Snap Lab team for wearable tech, which means it's not a stretch to think the company will release smart glasses.
Google Glass and Oculus Rift competitor Meta has a star-studded list of tech elites and celebrities singing the praises of its new product.
The new Google Glass, aimed at business users, has not yet been officially announced.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office approved the tech giant's patent for technology that would overlay holograms onto the wearer's real world view.
Internet of Things
Five startups are bringing to market the sort of connected, everyday items that will reshape the technological landscape.
It's now reportedly called Project Aura.
The tech company is reportedly launching a new version aimed at businesses and without the histrionics that accompanied the product's initial debut.
Researchers have developed a real-time feedback app for 'smart glasses.'
is a form of wearable, hands-free computer developed by
that was sold as a limited prototype starting in the fall of 2013 and was pulled from the market in early 2015 for further development. The device works by being mounted on the user’s head, like a pair of eyeglass frames, allowing the user to see information displayed on lens as a screen. The user can navigate the device through voice-command and a touch pad located on the side of the frames.
Copyright © 2017 Entrepreneur Media, Inc. All rights reserved.
© 2017 Entrepreneur Media, Inc.